States rights and the Constitution: What rights do states have?

“States’ rights” is a phrase with baggage. For some, it has a dishonorable past and a malodorous smell. Its banners were hoisted by defenders of slavery in the 19th century and by champions of segregation in the 20th century. To many modern ears, talk of states’ rights has the ring of a racist dog whistle.
— Read on www.deseret.com/opinion/2021/9/18/22653133/opinion-what-rights-do-the-states-really-have-under-the-constitution

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