A state government (provincial government in Canada) is the government of a
country subdivision in a federal form of government, which shares political power
This branch of state government is responsible for creating state legislation that
can become state law. They are also responsible for approving the state budget ...
Introduction. State Parliaments make laws in their areas of responsibility. The
Constitution of Australia sets out the responsibilities of the federal government
The following is a general background on how state government works. ... role
but also share administrative responsibility with local and federal governments.
State governments are charged with the duty to make sure the roads under their
care ... State governments are responsible for the education of their residents.
The legislative branch of government is responsible for enacting the laws of the
state and appropriating the money necessary to operate the government.
While responsibility for promoting the public interest is vested in specific officers
and agencies of State government, actual governing authority remains with the ...
State; and. • Federal. Each level of government: • holds elections;. • makes laws
for citizens;. • is responsible for providing public goods and services; and.
... of government in. Australia: federal government, state government, ... Every
local community is part of a state or ... Each level of government is responsible for
As state managers, governors are responsible for implementing state laws and ...
The Book of the States 2014, source: The Council of State Governments).