What does the elastic clause do?
Question 7a of 10 - Federalism - state and national
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- Question: What does the elastic clause do?
- It tells states to cooperate with one another.
- It explains what duties state government has.
- It allows the federal government to expand its powers.
- It shifts power from the federal government to the states.
The correct answer is: It allows the federal government to expand its powers.
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