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Published in : 2017-12-06 | by Khan Academy
Federalism in the United States. Exclusive and concurrent federal and state powers. View more lessons or practice this subject at ...
Published in : 2017-12-07 | by Khan Academy
Federal and state powers and the 10th and 14th amendments. View more lessons or practice this subject at ...
Published in : 2017-12-27 | by Khan Academy
Discretionary and mandatory outlays of the US federal government. View more lessons or practice this subject at ...
Published in : 2017-12-06 | by Khan Academy
Enumerated and implied powers of the US federal government with a focus on the Commerce Clause and the Necessary and Proper Clause of the US ...
Published in : 2018-07-31 | by Khan Academy
How categorical grants, mandates, and the Commerce Clause have been used to expand federal power over state affairs. View more lessons or practice this ...
Published in : 2018-03-12 | by Khan Academy
Introduction to the federal bureaucracy. View more lessons or practice this subject at ...
Published in : 2017-12-22 | by Khan Academy
How a bill becomes a law in the US Congress. Focus on the role of committees. View more lessons or practice this subject at ...
Published in : 2012-11-29 | by Khan Academy
The fiscal cliff refers to a United States federal budget crisis that occurred on January 1, 2013. At that time, both federal spending would be reduced and tax cuts ...
Published in : 2011-05-11 | by Khan Academy
Why yields go down when prices go up. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next lesson: ...
Published in : 2017-12-22 | by Khan Academy
Not only do revenue legislation and impeachment proceeding start in the House, but the House is also more more hierarchical and efficient than the Senate.