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The power to collect taxes is an example of a __________ power – it is shared between the states and national government. concurrent federal regional totalitarian

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Kaitlin Dean on April 17, 2018

The power to collect taxes is an example of a concurrent power shared between the states and the national government. This means that this power is not exclusive to state or federal government, but is maintained by both. The power to tax,build roads, establish bankruptcy laws, are examples of concurrent powers.


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