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GOP aims to rein in liberal cities: Should the federal government be able to pass laws that overrule those of local municipalities?

  • Yes, to some extent.

    Federal laws can overturn local laws, this is a big reason why we have a federal government, but their power is limited. Not all local laws should or can be overturned by the federal government. The US government is both complicated and broken, and there is not an easy answer as to how to fix it.

  • Yes it should

    The federal government should definitely be able to pass laws that overrule those of local municipalities. This should only need to happen if one of the laws that has previously been ruled is under objection. Then it should be in line for an overruling. Things need to change, change is good.

  • Yes, to some extent.

    Federal laws can overturn local laws, this is a big reason why we have a federal governtment, but thier power is limited. Not all local laws should or can be overturned by the federal goverment. The US goverment is both complicated and broken, and there is not an easy answer as to how to fix it.

  • No, the federal government should not be able to pass laws that overrule those of local municipalities.

    No, the federal government should not be able to pass laws that overrule those of local municipalities. The rights of states and cities are important because the people who live in these locations should be able to determine what is best for themselves. Republicans should practice what they preach in regards to small government.


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