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Relationship between Arizona state and local governments.

The government of the State of Arizona is formed in an organized manner. It has Federal, state and local government laws. The State of Arizona has three branches of administration; legislature, executive and judiciary. Any power the constitution did not give to the Federal government can be exercised by the State government of Arizona. The state has to carryout the functions of education, transportation and commerce. The administrative divisions within the state of Arizona are counties. There are 15 counties in Arizona. Below counties there are municipalities, towns, cities, districts and school districts. The counties have to respect the constitution of the state. Power is divided between an elected board of supervisors and elected officials. Cities and towns provide indispensable services to the people. The city charters are also need approval from the state government. Unlike municipalities there are also districts. Arizona has special districts, school districts, and community college districts.

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The government in Arizona is constituted in an organized manner based on Federal, state and local government laws. The State of Arizona has three branches of administration; legislature, executive and judiciary. Any power the constitution did not give ...

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This solution describes about the relationship between Arizona state government and local governments. There are 15 counties in the State of Arizona. Below counties there are municipalities, towns, cities, districts and school districts

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