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22 powers of congress
22 powers of congress
22 powers of congress
22 powers of congress
22 powers of congress
22 powers of congress
22 powers of congress
22 powers of congress
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22 powers of congress

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  • 1. Limited Government-Article One-Congress is given certain powers -defined in Article 1 of the Constitution-Congress is denied certain powers -defined in Article 1
  • 2. Expressed Powers-Expressed, Delegated, Enumerated, Exclusive are all the same-Powers given to Congress in Article One-Examples:
  • 3. Expressed Powers-Expressed, Delegated, Enumerated, Exclusive are all the same-Powers given to Congress in Article One-Examples:
  • 4. Implied Powers-Powers given to Congress by the Necessary and Proper Clause-Interpretation of the ConstitutionExamples:
  • 5. Additional Powers-Power to Investigate-Power to Propose Amendments-Power to Impeach
  • 6. Additional Powers-Power to Investigate-Power to Propose Amendments-Power to Impeach
  • 7. Powers of the House-Must start all Appropriation Bills -”power of the purse”-- Power of the House whereby all revenue producing bills must be introduced in the House of Representatives-Picks President if no winner in Electoral College-Begins the Impeachment Process
  • 8. Powers of the Senate-Approves Presidential Appointments-Approves all Treaties-Acts as jury in Impeachment cases
  • 9. Other Limits-10th Amendment-Checks and Balances System-Two Party System

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