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Why Are States Acting as if They Are NOT Solvent and the Central Government Is

Why Are States Acting as if They Are NOT Solvent and the Central Government Is

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The Federal Government was conceived by a compact of state governments with limited provisional powers. Only the states can modify or change the U.S. Constitution. Therefore, it is up to the states to enforce Constitutional law NOT by those who are constrained by it!
The Federal Government was conceived by a compact of state governments with limited provisional powers. Only the states can modify or change the U.S. Constitution. Therefore, it is up to the states to enforce Constitutional law NOT by those who are constrained by it!

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