Test: AP US Government

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What is the difference between block grants and categorical grants?

A block grant comes with many specific rules as to how the state may spend the money; a categorical grant comes with few rules.

A block grant may be spent for narrowly defined purposes; a categorical grant may be spent for broadly defined purposes.

A categorical grant comes with many specific rules as to how the state may spend the money; a block grant comes with few rules.

A categorical grant can only be granted by the president; a block grant can only be granted by the Congress.

A block grant can only be given to certain states; a categorical grant can be given to all states.

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