Why does the united states need federal courts

Asked Nov 03, 2011
The powers given to the Federal Government are limited in the Constitution to specific areas and the balance of power goes to the states. One Federal area is to resolve issues between states. Without a Federal Court System, how would those issues be resolved and how would Federal law be enforced when adjudicated in fifty different state court systems, each with different state laws?
Answered Nov 03, 2011

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