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WHAT ARE THE WAYS THE CONSTITUTION LIMITS THE POLICE POWER OF THE STATES?

 

The Constitution limits the police power of the states by:

  • reserving certain enumerated powers exclusively for the federal government (exclusive federal power);

  • restricting the government from acting in violation of Constitutional provisions (individual rights); and 

  • providing, under the Supremacy Clause, that if Congress enacts legislation with the intention of preempting state law, the congressional regulation will control (preemption).

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