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Essay about Mandates and Federalism, from AP Government Class
The potential consequences of removing the Americans with Disabilities Act would have great effects on federalism. If the mandate were removed, the federal government wouldn't have as much power to control how federal money was spent. States wouldn't be pressured into passing legislation that benefit a certain group. In addition, those who benefited from the mandate, the disabled, would not be treated equally since there would no longer be handicap access in public places. The removal of mandates affects the federal-state relations in that it decentralizes the government more and diminishes whatever authority the federal government has over the state government.
Federalism has in fact changed over the past twenty-five years. It has become more complex, creating things like mandates, which control state actions.
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