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Examines the relationship between the states and the national government (federalism), state political institutions, and the politics and policies that characterize contemporary state governing. Emphasizes devolution (the shift of responsibility from the national government to the states), the relationship between governing and the economy, and Michigan politics and policy. Offered fall semester. Prerequisite: PLS 102 or junior standing.