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Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 09, pt.5, State Prohibitions

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Lesson 09: Legislative Authorities

Prohibitions to the State Governments

The States created the Constitution in order to protect, preserve and promote the union, and State sovereignty.  They also realized the States needed to be prohibited from performing certain functions in order not to interfere with the federal government, or the rule of law.  Article I, Section 10 covers those prohibitions.

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