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Q: Are rules for counties and local governments spelled out in the US constitution?
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Local governments are formed by .?

local governments are chosen by the state and are divided up into counties, etc. Officials are elected to govern the counties and do what's best for the people.


Which governments are responsible for creating cities and counties?

Local governments are responsible for creating cities and counties.


Who establish types of local governments?

state constitution


Which of the following statements best describes the discussion of local government found in the Constitution?

Local governments have no status in the constitution.


Do local governments under the states have no status in the US Constitution?

no


What role does the U.S. Constitution play in creating local governments?

it gives states power to create local governments


Are rules for countries and local government are spelled in the constitution?

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Do local governments have powers other than those granted to them by state?

The local governments only have power over township, municipalities, counties, school districts and special districts. This is called the Dillon's Rule.


Who possesses the power to tax income?

The federal government. State governments if permitted by the state constitution. Local governments if permitted by state constitution or by state law and the local government charter.


Why was the state legislature's action allowed by the U.S. Constitution?

because the constitution does not address how state and local governments share power


Why was the state legislature’s action allowed by the U.S constitution?

because the constitution does not address how state and local governments share power


A constitution divides the power between local governments and a sovereign central authority?

federal