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Yes, each state has its own constitution. The US Constitution sets aside certain rights and responsibilities to the states and so the management of those items, as well as the set up of the state government needs to be codified.

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No. Most of them are broadly similar in meaning and effect, but they can differ considerably in the details.

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Does each state in the United States of America have its own constitution or is there one constitution that governs all the states of the US?

Yes and Yes. The US Constitution applies to all the states. Each state has its own constitution that applies to that state. The state cannot contradict anything in the US Constitution, but they can add things that they feel are missing, or have more stringent requirements for certain things. And the state's constitution sets up and defines the government that will rule the state.


Can you make a table with names of the three levels of government?

City, governs cities and villages, State, governs states and Federal governs the country.


Who regulates marriage and divorce?

In the United States state law governs marriage.


How many state governments are found in the united stated?

There are fifty state governments in the United States. Each state has its own government that governs from the state capital.50


What state proposed to the other states that the constitution be amended to the bill of rights?

Massachusetts


What must a state recognize by all other states?

Look in the constitution, it says it there


How many states governments are found in the United states?

There are fifty state governments in the United States. Each state has its own government that governs from the state capital.50


What makes the states honor the laws of other state's?

The full faith and credit clause in the Constitution makes the states honor the laws of other states.


Why did Delaware become the first state not some other state?

Because they were the first state to ratify the Constitution of the United States.


What state is a constitution state?

Connecticut!


What has to be given by a state to other states' acts records and proceedings in the constitution?

Full Faith and Credit


Do states have constitution?

Yes, all states in the US have a constitution. Writing a constitution is a first step in becoming a state.