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Syrian refugees in the US - federalism and states' rights

Ruth Tarrant

4th December 2015

Over 20% of US states have said that they will no longer welcome refugees from Syria following the attacks in Paris. Individual states are allowed to determine their own policy under the concept of "states' rights", or "reserved powers" as enshrined in the 10th Amendment to the US Constitution.

Ruth Tarrant

Ruth has been an enthusiastic Head of Economics and Politics for many years, having taught in a variety of schools and at university level. She is also a Senior Examiner. Ruth is passionate about boosting the quality of teaching and learning across all subjects in schools and colleges.

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