Yes, as long as they vote on issues and the state goes by what the people want.
I am in CA and we vote for stuff all the time, and what ends up happening is the exact opposite of what the people actually want and actually voted for/against.
yes but not a lot.. look back to how the Articles of Confederation and see how that worked out.. It didn't work at all and was all for state rights. The government had almost no say and everyone had their own currency plus the national one which no one used. They couldn't tax to pay for anything (I don't like taxes at all but we still need them to run our country). That's why we developed a new Constitution that actually works
Sure..but if you're republican, you're only for states rights when its convienent...in the case of terry shiavo, they were happy to have the FED interfere with a state matter. and they were happy to have the SC overrule a state election in 2000 to give Bush the election
Chewy Ivan 2
To an extent. It depends on what rights the state is fighting for. For instance, I don't support states who want the right to legalize slavery or come up with their own immigration policy.
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