Should federal government only run things that can’t be run at a local level?

Should federal government only run things that can’t be run at a local level?

“The U.S. relies on a policy called “federalism,” in which government powers are split among local, state and national obligations. Only the federal government can govern interstate and foreign commerce, declare war and introduce taxing, spending and other governmental policies.
State governments control much of our daily activities. Under the U.S. Constitution’s Tenth Amendment, states possess all powers not explicitly allowed to the federal government.
What do you think? Should federal government only run things that can’t be run at a local level?

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  • Should federal government only run things that can’t be run at a local level?

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