The Constitution also spelled out powers that belonged only to the federal government. These enumerated powers include the ability to print money and control interstate and foreign trade. There are powers that only belong to the state governments. These reserved powers include dealing with education within the state and punishments for violating state laws. There are also powers shared by the both the state governments and the federal government. These concurrent powers include the power to levy taxes and build roads. This is known as the system of federalism.