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In addition to several other provisions that reorganized national security agencies in response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Republican-sponsored law created national standards for the issuance of state driver’s licenses. S. Congress have the power to mandate how the states must issue their driver’s licenses? Shouldn’t this be a function retained by each of the 50 states? The Real ID law is but one of many examples of how Congress is able to expand its power into what traditionally has been the realm of state governments.
Judges in Alabama and California are selected in different ways, and their courts are organized differently. Rules can even vary within a single institution; for example, New Hampshire’s Senate has very different powers and election rules than its House of Representatives. These differences in political institutions can lead to a whole gamut of political and policy differences between these jurisdictions. and resources, like the type of primary election system your state uses. Political institutions can be established formally and backed by the force of law, like your state court system, or they can be processes and organizations developed voluntarily by people outside of government to engage in politics and influence policy making, like political parties and interest groups.
11 For example, residual resentment for the humiliations of Union occupation during the Reconstruction era has instilled in these states a special antagonism for national government intervention into their affairs. 1). During the 19th and early 20th centuries, these states simply needed to attract women, and one way they did so was by empowering them politically. S. Constitution gave them that right throughout the country. Social Forces States and communities also differ on a whole host of social characteristics that can affect their politics and policy.