Examples of Concurrent Powers?


Concurrent powers are a part of the federal government including state governments. There are many examples of concurrent powers related to both federal and state agencies. A few notable examples are taxes, making and enforcing new laws, and to establish new courts or court systems in a state. Further, roads can built, monitor and make new laws for bankruptcy and choose which taxes are enforceable or even make new taxes. To find what concurrent powers have been used in a specific state, visit a local court house for more details.
Q&A Related to "Examples of Concurrent Powers?"
Both the federal government and the states charter banks, collect taxes, and build roads.
Concurrent powers are powers both the states and the federal government have.
a. the federal government can establish courts; the state can establish courts; even your local government, the justice of the peace can establish a court.
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