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inherent power.
The doctrine that the federal government has sovereign and inherent powers in addition to the powers given to it expressly or impliedly by the United States Constitution; a doctrine refused recognition as law by the United States Supreme
Court. Kansas v Colorado, 206 US 46, 51 L Ed 956, 27 S Ct 655.
- Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition, William Anderson, 1969

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