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What is taken by government officials according to article 6?
Oaths are taken by government officials according to article 6.
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According to the US Constitution the House of Representatives has the power to government officials?
According to the US Constitution which official of the federal government would be elected directly by the people?
A member of the House of Representatives
States may not send ambassadors to foreign countries, receive foreign ambassadors, or make any kind of arrangement, meeting or treaty with any king, prince or state. No person… or state may accept any gift, including titles of nobility, from a foreign state. Neither Congress nor any state can give people noble titles. . A state may not enter into any treaties or alliances with another state without the approval of Congress.. A state may not make imposts on trade that will interfere with the terms of foreign treaties made by Congress. A state cannot maintain any warships, or other military forces (troops) during peacetime unless Congress has determined it necessary to defend that state, its trade or forts in that state. Each state must maintain a "well-regulated and disciplined" militia, and a sufficient amount of supplies for that militia. A state does not have the power to make war without the permission of Congress, unless it is forced to defend itself against a surprise attack and cannot wait for the permission of Congress
The Anti-federalists were concerned that the federal government would use the Clause in Article 6 Section 2 to override the state's bills of rights?
What US House of Representatives has the power to government officials according to the US Constitution?
1) the articles of confederation had NO judicial branch 2) the articles also had NO executive branch 3) the federal government was to weak and needed more power. 4) the natio…nal government also needed more power. 5) at the time they had no Constitution therefore they would have been stronger. 6) the articles at the time was created to create a loose alliance.
1. Most power held by states 2. One branch of government 3. Legislative branch has few powers 4.no executive branch 5. No judicial system 6. No system of checks and balances.
The antifederalists were concerned that the federal government would use which clause in article 6 section 2 to override the states bill of rights?
No single government official certifies the result of a presidential election. That is one of the many functions of the U.S. Congress. No single government official certif…ies the result of a presidential election. That is one of the many functions of the U.S. Congress.
Which clause in article 6 section 2 of the constitution could the federal government use to override the states bills of rights?
Supremacy or Supremacy Clause ^ That's NOT right.
The Anti-federalists were concerned that the federal government would use which clause in Article 6 Section 2 to override the states' Bill of Rights?
He was concerned the federal government would use the Supremacy clause.
Which clause in Article 6 Section 2 of the Constitution could the federal government use to override the states' bills of rights?
The supremacy clause gave the federal government the ability to override the states bill of rights.
Cash advances should only be taken and used for expenses that are related to official government travel?
How does the 14th amendment section 2 change the census from the way in which it was to be taken according to Article 1 section 2?
The most significant change was the exclusion of non-taxed Indians from apportionment--the determination of the number of members in the U.S. House of Representatives acco…rding to the proportion of the popoulation of each state to the total population of the U.S.
No amendment can affect the first and fourth Clauses in the Ninth Section of the first Article of the Constitution before the year 1808.
A "Republican form of government": in other words, all state governments in union must be republican in form.