Concurrent Powers?


A power that is shared by a state and federal government is called a concurrent power. These powers can be simultaneously exercised within a specific territory with a body of citizens. The United States of America is an example of a federalist nation where concurrent powers are applied.
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Concurrent powers are powers both the states and the federal government have.
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Delegated- The government gives some of its power to someone else who might be better able to use it. For instance, the US has delegated the power to the FDA to regulate drugs, rather
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