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Powers of the National Government Powers Shared by the State and National Governments Powers of the State Governments
declare and engage in war

print and coin money

maintain an army, navy, and air force

regulate interstate and foreign commerce

set rules for immigration

admit new states

negotiate treaties with foreign countries

set up a post office

punish lawbreakers

levy and collect taxes

protect the rights of citizens

set traffic standards

provide for public safety

borrow money

protect public healt

conduct elections

govern marriage laws

regulate intrastate commerce

establish and maintain schools

determine the qualifications of voters

maintain the state militia (also known as the National Guard)

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