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The statewide and tribal automated child welfare information systems (sacwis/tacwis) is a federally funded data collection system all states are required to collect and report particular information to the federal government. The incarceration rate in the united states has grown so dramatically since the 1970s that the us now has one of the highest rates in the world the rise in incarceration has been especially prominent among young black males and high school dropouts. The taxing clause of article i, section 8, is listed first for a reason: the framers decided, and the ratifiers of the constitution agreed, that congress must itself possess the power to lay and collect taxes to pay the debts and provide for the common defence and general welfare of the united states.
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