What is one thing only a state government can do?
It can decide whether or not to levy a sales tax.
Do states recognized tribes get the same benefits from the federal government as do the federally recognized tribes?
Pretty much exactly what it says. Most all jurisdidcitions make laws. The federal government makes federal laws. The State's make laws for their state. Cities, Towns, etc. Some laws may cover the same thing at different levels some may be reserved only for a particular level of government. In this case one is being directed to pursue their options at law at the state level. At State courts, with state remedies (as in punsihment allowed…
The Articles of Confederation was the first constitution and to have new central government. States did not give up much of their power. They only had 1 vote in Congress. However, there was only one branch of the central government and that was Congress. The states still conducted the state government for their state.
There are three kinds of government in Australia list these three types and give two examples of the areas that each of these types of government are responsible for?
There were three main forms of government in ancient Greece: Monarchy: Rule by a king. One city-state whose government was a monarchy was the city-state of Corinth. Oligarchy: Rule by a small group. One city-state whose government was an oligarchy was the city-state of Sparta. Democracy: Rule by the citizens, voting in an assembly. One city-state whose government experimented for about a hundred years with democracy was the ancient city-state of Athens.
yes, it was! one vote per state would not represent the people, and would cause the new government of states joined together during the Revoulutionary War to break away from each other. New York was a highly poulated state filled with people seeking their freedoms, and the entire state would be represented by only one vote!