One of the powers of congress?
Declare War on another Country
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Answers.com has an entry "Congressional Power." They are also listed in Article I, Section 9 of the Constitution.
One Of The Powers Denied To Congress Is That They Cannot Accuse Someone Of Being Guilty If They Are Not.(:
In general application, it is less about powers "forbidden to Congress", because of the Supremacy clause, and more about the Amendment X residual powers reservation to the Sta…tes. For instance, the Commerce Clause is deemed to be nominally limited in its application to uphold Congressional regulation of "interstate" (and even what is really "intra-state") commerce, and the Dormant Commerce Clause has been held to limit state regulation of commerce too, but the Court has interpreted the Commerce Clause quite broadly to favor rather than disallow Congressional action to regulate commerce (and also precisely how "commerce" is defined at law). Just remember that States are sovereign too. An example is that most criminal law is handled at the State level; criminal activity usually (but certainly not always) has to take on a distinctly interstate character or occur within a special, defined federal jurisdiction, in order to be prosecuted federally.
to declare war
In section 9 of Article 1, Section 2 denies Congress the right to suspend people's right to the writ of habeas corpus, except in times of rebellion or invasion. This means tha…t people cannot be held in prison without being charged with crime.
Carelessly spend taxpayer's hard-earned money.
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Congress's powers are spelled out in the Constitution. For example, the power to raise taxes.
The power to declare war
By saying that a law is unconstitutional.!
Article I gave Congress the power to do many things, but it limited it and stated that they could only change laws if 3/4 of both the houses of Representatives agree. Also, Co…ngress had some limited powers which helped them know where to slow down and think.
In a library
The greatest power of the president lies in their ability to get congress to do what he wants them to do. That is one reason both presidents Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan w…ere considered two of the most powerful presidents in the history of the USA.
The power that Congress is allowed to control is the secondamendment of the Bill of Rights, the right to bear arms.