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Jul 30, 2021

The Tenth Amendment is the last amendment in the Bill of Rights. It makes it clear that the powers of the Federal government are limited to only what is particularly given to it in the Constitution. If a power is not given to the Federal government in the Constitution, that power is reserved for the states, and sometimes to the people. This is what the Tenth Amendment means.

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