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Topic: Federalism Directions: In the past decade or so there have been several issues concerning the relationship and responsibilities between the national government and the states. Two issues in particular, as you me be aware, have been some states’ “immigration” laws, and some states’ deregulation of marijuana.
The question to discuss is this: How much responsibility should states have in making laws that affect their own citizens? Should the federal government ensure that state laws are uniform, or should the government, as the 10th Amendment implies, largely leave lawmaking to the states? Why?
These are, of course, questions open to much interpretation. That is the point –they are purposely broad so as to invite much discussion.
Your initial post must have a minimum of 500 words.
Required Materials: Lowi, Theodore J., Ginsberg, Benjamin, Shepsle, Kenneth A. and Stephen Ansolabehere. 2017. American Government: Power and Purpose Brief 14th Edition. ISBN: 978-0-393-283778
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