Examples of Concurrent Powers?

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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.
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