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2010-11-22 19:10:54
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State of the Union address


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The inaugueral address is given by the president to congress,

Powers given to the president by congress are called expressed powers.

The State of the Union message is the address given by the president to Congress. The State of the Union message is the address given by the president to Congress.

The most important power given to congress is the power to create laws. The president has the power to veto a law.

Power was given to Congress in order to make sure that power was not concentrated on the President alone. Congressional power is a check on the president's power.

The message that the President presents to Congress each year became known as the State of the Union Address in 1947. Before that it was called the Annual Message to Congress.

The president sets the time if the two houses of Congress cannot agree on adjournment. This power is given to the president by the Constitution.

The annual speech given by the President to Congress is known as the state of the union address.

No. That is not given as one of his powers in the constitution.

This is called the state of the union address or message.

President doesnt check the powers of congress, congress checks the powers of the President

President can veto congress can override veto if they have enough votes

If the power was given to the president, it would make him to powerful, and not all choices can be made by the Judical Branch.

The purpose of the President is to act as the Head of State and the Commander in Chief of the Armed Services. He or she is responsible for enforcing laws that are given by Congress.

Congress has the sole power of declaring war. The power was given by the Constitution. In 1973, Congress delegated some war powers to the President.

It is the State of the Union and is given before Congress.

So the 3 branches of govorment would have equal power.

It is given to Congress in Washington DC, in the chamber of the House of Representatives.

No. The Congress derives its power from the Constitution, not from the president. The president and Congress are co-equal branches of the govenerment: the president cannot suspend the congress, and the Congress cannot suspsend the Presidency

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