Federal Government Taking a Stand

Dividing Powers Between States and Federal Gov't

Federal System

The definition of federal system is; A system that divided powers between the states and the federal government.

The New National Government

This new type of government is going to help keep order in all of the states. The federal system is going to make any decisions on the federal level separate from all the decisions from the state.

Some Examples of the Federal Government

This Government is Going to Help Keep Everything Balanced and Ordered

State Governments

Each state has their own set of government. These separate governments help to know what each state would really need for their laws. Each state is different, so where one state might need a law that says," No person shall wear a mask or disguise on a public street without a permit from the sheriff." another might not need that law because the people in their states don't wear disguises outside. Not every state needs the same states as you just read, but the national government wouldn't be able to keep up with all the laws every state would need.

Federal Government

The federal government makes decisions for the whole nation. What The congress and president think is best for the nation to survive determines what laws the pass or don't pass.This means that any law they pass has to be followed by every state and every person. One of those laws are to not commit murder. If you break the law then you'll be tried in court and put in jail depending on the verdict.