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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
The Powers of Congress. Powers Granted to Congress Delegated powers give Congress the authority to make laws in five important areas –Financing Government.
The Organization of Government. 3 BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT 1.LEGISLATIVE – ARTICLE 1 2.EXECUTIVE – ARTICLE 2 3.JUDICIAL – ARTICLE 3.
Citizenship and the Constitution Understanding the Constitution CHAPTER 6, SECTION 1 PAGES
Understanding the Constitution
Separation of Powers. Powers of government are restricted (limited) by the Constitution. Ex. Bill of Rights “Rule of Law” No people or groups are above.
The Powers of Congress Powers only those given by the Constitution.
The writers of the Constitution wanted the national government and states to share power This sharing of power is called FEDERALISM.
The Three Branches of Government. The Legislative Branch Separation of Powers—the division of government into distinct areas with different braches.
Chapter 9 Section 4. The Constitution The Constitution has endured for more than 200 years because it is flexible. It’s powers are stated in broad.
Structures, Powers, & Checks/Balances. Chapter 8, Section 1 Separation of Powers.
THE U.S. Constitution Kimberly Fajardo Period 3. P reamble W e the people of the united states,in order to form a more perfect union,established justice,
The Constitution Article One - ______________________ Section 2: House of _______________ Term Length _____ Age ________US Citizen for ________ years #
The U.S. Constitution Long Na Her Period:1. Preamble We the People of the United State, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure.
The U.S. Constitution April Hernandez Period 6. Preamble We the people of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice,
Article One: The Legislative Branch. The Powers of the Congress Writes the Laws Confirms presidential appointments Approves treaties Grants money Declares.
Limited Government Power the Constitution describes the specific powers and limits on power given to the national and state governments.
The United States Constitution. Popular Sovereignty- the power and authority of the government comes from the people. Limited Government- National government.
The U.S Constitution Jose Hernandez Per.6. Preamble We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure.
Chapter 9.1 Basic Principles of the US Constitution The Constitution is the foundation on which our government and society are based. There are 7 Articles!
United States Constitution Thomas Jefferson principal author of the Constitution. John Locke English writer who developed theory of “ Natural Rights “
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