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those powers shared by both the federal and state governments, including the power to tax, to borrow money, and to enforce laws
Article I, Section 8, of the Constitution, which allows Congress to stretch its delegated powers to address issues that the nation’s founders could not have foreseen
powers granted to the federal government, including the power to coin money, to regulate interstate and international trade, and to declare war
government by representatives of the people
those powers retained by the state governments or by citizens, such as conducting elections, establishing local governments, and regulating education
larger of the two houses of Congress, with a current membership of 435
leader of the Senate in the absence of the vice president
bring charges against a president who may have committed a crime or violated the essential presidential duties
member of the majority party who leads the House of Representatives
issued by the president to carry out laws that affect administrative matters or executive policy
6 Basic Principles of the US Constitution
The Congress Congressional Powers.
The US Constitution.
The United States Constitution
Powers specifically granted to the federal government, including the power to coin money, to provide for the nation’s defense, and to declare war. Delegated.
The president is involved in this branch His powers are the commander of the Air Force also make treaties and appoint ambassadors.
Chapter 6 Section 2: The Powers of Congress
Branches of Government Study Guide
THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH: CONGRESS. There are two chambers of Congress: The House of Representatives The Senate CONGRESS.
Structures, Powers, & Checks/Balances. Chapter 8, Section 1 Separation of Powers.
The writers of the Constitution wanted the national government and states to share power This sharing of power is called FEDERALISM.
The Legislative Branch
The President’s Job Chapter 7, Section 2.
DO NOW: What characteristics or traits should a President have?
1. Popular Sovereignty 2. Limited Government 3. Separation of powers 4. Checks and balances 5. Federalism 6. Judicial Review.
The Constitution Article One - ______________________ Section 2: House of _______________ Term Length _____ Age ________US Citizen for ________ years #
Separation of Powers. The United States Supreme Court.
Understanding the Constitution
Lizeth Melchor Period 5. The age requirement for this branch is for representatives they must be over 25, 7 year citizens of the US and a resident of.
Constitution. Underlying Principles Popular Sovereignty: Power is from the consent of the governed (American people) Popular Sovereignty: Power is from.
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