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POLITICAL SCIENCE CHAPTER 6
SECTION 1: CONSTITUTIONAL POWERS CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS Expressed Powers (Enumerated Powers) Article 1, Section 8, Clauses 1-18 “Necessary and Proper” Clause Implied Powers Conflicting Interpretations
LEGISLATIVE POWERS Taxing and Spending Power Other Money Powers The Commerce Power Foreign Policy Powers Providing for the Nation’s Growth Other Legislative Powers
NON-LEGISLATIVE POWERS The Power to Choose a President The Removal Power The Confirmation Power The Ratification Power The Amendment Power
SECTION 2: INVESTIGATIONS AND OVERSIGHT THE POWER TO INVESTIGATE The Investigation Process Congressional Powers and Witness Rights
Section 2 con’t LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT The Practice of Legislative Oversight Limits on Legislative Oversight Congressional Limits on Executive Activities Independent Counsel
SECTION 3: CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT COOPERATION AND CONFLICT Constituents and Conflict Checks and Balances Party Politics Organization as a Cause of Conflict Differing Political Timetables
Section 3 con’t THE STRUGGLE FOR POWER Curbing the President’s Emergency Powers The Budget Impoundment and Control Act Use of the Legislative Veto Line-Item Veto
Common theme throughout… POWER….
US Government. Constitutional Provisions Article 1 Section 8: Expressed Powers- enumerated powers Article 1 Section 8 Clause 18: Necessary and Proper.
CONGRESSSIONAL POWERS Chapter 6. Constitutional provisions The Founders created a strong executive to carry out the legislation of Congress. Expressed.
Section 1 Constitutional Provisions: Expressed powers:Expressed powers Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution Also called enumerated powers. Necessary.
The Development of Congressional Powers. Constitutional Powers Expressed or Enumerated Powers – Article I Section 8 Implied Powers – Necessary and Proper.
Ch 6 Government Sections: 3 Development of Congressional Powers (embedded notes) 1.
Development of Congressional Powers. Constitutional Powers.
Powers of Congress Chapter 6, sections 1 and 2. Types of Powers Enumerated/Expressed US Constitution, Article 1; Section 8, Clauses 1-18 Clause.
Chapter 6 Notes. Constitutional Provisions The Constitution describes the legislative powers of Congress in Article 1, Section 8. These expressed powers.
Chapter 6 Development of Congressional Powers. Chapter 6, Section 1 Constitutional Powers.
Chapter 3 The Constitution. Common Checks and Balances President recommends legislation to congress Presidential veto Congressional override of veto Senate.
Separation of Powers ●The system where the three branches of government are responsible for different functions of government ● For example, the judicial.
Chapter 6. Article I, Section 8 Lists expressed powers, or enumerated Contains the necessary and proper clause ▪ Gives Congress implied powers ▪
Chapter 6 Section 3 Roy Burks Clay Mosley Nick Westfall Will White Ty Wilkinson Patrick Wray Roy Burks Clay Mosley Nick Westfall Will White Ty Wilkinson.
Five Fundamental Principles Chapter 3 Section 4. Popular Sovereignty Supreme power belongs to the people We the people… Examples: Electing the President.
Congressional Powers. Types of Powers Legislative or Non-Legislative Expressed or Implied Investigative Oversight.
Three Branches of Government Daily Cornell’s Notes and Activity October 12, 2010.
The Structure of the US Constitution The greatest document to govern any nation.
Chapter 11 Section 1: Scope of Congressional Powers Big Idea: The Constitution gives Congress certain powers, but liberal interpretation has given Congress.
THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT LEGISLATIVE BRANCH –Established by Article I of the Constitution –Make laws –Has the power to impeach or confirm judges –Confirm.
Congressional Powers Chapter 11. I. Constitutional Powers: Article I: Framers wanted Congress to play the central role in governing the nation The task.
UNIT 2: SECTION 2 LEGISLATIVE POWER Essential Question: Describe the Legislative Power of Congress.
27e Categorize the enumerated powers and the implied powers of Congress, the limitations to the powers of Congress, and the powers given to each house.
Chapter 11 Lawmakers and legislatures. 11.2: Legislators and Their Constituents Legislators usually start in local politics Constituents: people that.
The Powers of Congress Chapter 6 Notes. Legislative Powers: expressed powers: powers given to Congress in the Constitution Example: “Congress shall have.
The Congress Congressional Powers. Expressed Powers These are Congressional powers that are specifically stated in the Constitution. Expressed powers.
Congress and The President Chapter 6, Section 3 Cooperation and Conflict The President is elected by a national electorate. Representatives and Senators.
Basic Principles of the Constitution Popular Sovereignty By Consent Limited Government Separation of Powers Checks and Balances Federalism.
Government Ch. 6 Congressional Powers. Section 1: Constitutional Powers Expressed Powers/enumerated Expressed Powers/enumerated Necessary and Proper Clause-
Development of Congressional Powers Chapter 6. I. Constitutional Powers: Article I implies the Framers wanted Congress to play the central role in governing.
CHECKS AND BALANCES Legislative Checks on: Judicial Power Judicial Power Refuse to confirm appointments Refuse to confirm appointments Remove judges.
The Powers of Congress Ms. White. Enumerated Powers in Article I, Section 8 Levy taxes Borrow and spend money Make patent and copyright law Fix weights.
Political Science American Government and Politics Chapter 10 The Congress.
GOVERNMENT CH. 6 CONGRESSIONAL POWERS. ESSENTIAL QUESTION WHAT POWERS DID THE CONSTITUTION GIVE TO CONGRESS, AND HOW HAVE THESE DEVELOPED OVER TIME?
6.2 Powers of Congress Civics and Economics. Legislative Powers Article I, Section 8 includes expressed powers of Congress, these are enumerated, or clearly.
Development of Congressional Powers Chapter 6. Constitutional Powers Section 1.
National Government. Federalism State and National Government share power 3 Levels of Government National State Local.
Directions: Copy this chart below on notebook paper. Fill in the blanks with the correct answer ________________ _ _____________ ________________ _ _____________.
Constitutional Underpinnings – Basic Principles of the Constitution Unit 1 – Part 6.
We ___ ______ of ___ _______ ______, __ order __ ____ a _____ _______ ______, ________ _______, ______ __________ tranquility, _______ for ___ ______.
We ___ ______ of ___ _______ States, __ order __ ____ a _____ _______ union, ________ justice, ______ __________ tranquility, _______ for ___ ______.
United States Government. Constitutional Provisions Article 1, Section 8 describes the power of Congress These are called the expressed powers (AKA.
The Structure of our Constitution Chapter 3 Section 3.
Legislative Powers Expressed vs. Implied Powers February 11, 2013.
Powers and Committees. Powers of Congress Expressed Powers – Also called Enumerated, Delegated, Exclusive – Given to Congress in Article One Reserved.
Created by Continental Congress in 1777 Approved by the 13 states in 1781 Failed by 1787 Replaced by the Constitution in 1789.
Legislative Branch AKA: Congress The Peoples’ House Legislature House of Representatives Senate House Trivia.
Chapter 3: The Constitution Section 1: Structure and Principles Section 2: Three Branches of Government Section 3: Amending the Constitution Section 4:
Jeopardy Legislative Executive and Judicial Checks and Balances AmendmentsThe Preamble Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400.
Basic Principles of the United States Constitution Goal 2.01.
Constitution. 3 Parts to the Constitution: ◦ Preamble ◦ Articles ◦ Amendments.
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