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Delegated Powers are delegated to the National Government in so many words---spelled out, expressly, in the Constitution. One example for the delegated powers is admitting new States. Only Congress has the power to admit new States to the Union. The area desiring Statehood first asks Congress to pass an enabling act which directing people of the territory to frame a proposed State constitution.
We passed an enabling act for J&C which the people from that territory may start to frame a proposed State constitution.
If Congress agrees with the document, it must pass an act of admission in order to creating the new State.
This is our proposed state Constitution. Waiting for Congress's approval...
Constitution of the State of J&C
Last step, if the President signs the act, the new States enters.
My country would become much larger after signing act of admission.
concurrent power •The federal government and the state governments both have the power to impose taxes on the people. This is why we have federal and state income taxes in most states.
• Powers shared by both the state and the federal government.
• Levels of government have the right to build roads. This is why we have interstate highways but also state highways.
•The power to build roads.
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