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Concurrent Powers Powers that both the national and state governments posses and exercis
The first concurrent power held by both the federal government and state governments is the right to levy taxes.
The second concurrent power held by both the federal government and the state governments is the right to borrow money on credit.
Exclusive Powers Powers the constitution delegates to the national government
An example of an exclusive power is the right to declare war
An example of an expressed power is the right to maintain the postal system
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