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The US Constitution reserves some powers to the federal government. Five of these are: coining money, making treaties with foreign governments, regulating commerce, establishing post offices and declaring war.

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1. The Constitution denies some powers to the States in so many words. For example, no State can enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation. Nor can a State print or coin money or deprive and person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.

2. Some powers are also denied to the States by the existence of the federal system. Thus, no State or local government can tax any of the agencies or functions of the National Government. Remember too, that each State has its own constitution-and that document also denies many powers to the State.

3. The States are not expressly denied the power to regulate interstate commerce. However, if they could do so, trade would at best chaotic, and at worst impossible. Therefore, States cannot exercise this power.

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The states were denied the taxing, spending, and foreign affairs powers. These powers were given to Congress or the Executive Branch.

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Q: Which of these Powers is denied to state governments?
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What powers are state and federal governments not allowed to use?

Denied powers


What are prohibited powers?

powers denied to both national and state governments


What part of the constitution spells out the powers denied to the state?

the national government and the state governments


What is a denied power?

Denied powers are those the Constitution prohibits the federal government from doing. For instance, interfering with the free expression of religion or the right of people to petition the government.


What powers are denied to all governments in the U.S by the constitution?

printing money


Powers not given to either the state or national government are called?

Reserved powers are powers denied to the national government. Reserved powers are also not denied to the states. These types of reserved powers are referred to as police power of the state.


What are Reserved Powers?

Powers that the constitution sets aside for state governments


What is Reserved powers?

Reserved powers are the powers for the people and the state. They are diffrent from the Federal powers, but the Federal powers do not have the power the state and the people have. Hope i answerd your question =](powers that are not given to the Federal Government and not denied to the states)


Reserved powers are powers reserved who?

They are powers only for state governments.


Powers kept by the state governments?

Reserved powers, are the powers kept by the state Government.


What is the term for the powers granted to state governments?

reserved powers


What are the powers of U.S. state governments?

There are no powers "listed" under state government authority. State governments have authority over everything not designated as authority of the federal government.