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Delegated powers of the National Gov. that are spelled out in the Constitution are called expressed powers, aka "enumerated powers"

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Expressed powers are powers of Congress specifically listed in the Constitution.


Delegated powers are the powers that are specifically assigned to Congress by the US Constitution. Reserved powers are powers given to the State only.


Enumerated/Delegated Powers - Powers given only to the federal government. Reserved Powers - Powers reserved for state governments only. Concurrent Powers - Powers shared between the state and federal governments. Implied Powers - Powers that Congress has that ARE NOT specifically listed in the Constitution. Expressed Powers (almost like Enumerated/Delegated) - Powers of Congress that ARE specifically listed in the Constitution.


Powers that Congress has that are specifically listed in the Constitution.


Enumerated powers are the powers explicitly granted to congress by the Constitution. powers that are specifically mentioned, or listed, in the Constitution


Expressed powers are powers that Congress has that are specifically listed in the Constitution.


The answer is the implied powers being used to enforce powers specifically defined in the constitution.


Enumerated powers are powers specifically given to Congress under the Constitution. A example is: power to declare war


Congress's powers are spelled out in the Constitution. For example, the power to raise taxes.



The powers forbidden to the US Congress (and Federal Government in general) are listed in the US Constitution in a very simply fashion. Congress is permitted those powers specifically stated (and implied) in the Constitution. Powers not enumerated in the Constitution are reserved for the States, or for the People. So what is permitted to the Congress is listed, but not what is forbidden.


They can stop wars/anything by cutting off funding. Search unenumerated powers.


It grants them the powers that are implied in the constitution, but not specifically stated within it.


The enumerated powers are the things that Article I, Section 8, of the U.S. Constitution specifically says that the Congress can do.


Implied powers are powers not specifically spelled out in the ConstitutionThe definition of the word implied powers is "an implied power is a power that is not specifically authorized in writing, but is assumed because of similar powers which have already been granted in writing. Authoritative actions that aren't specifically granted to Congress in the Constitution but are considered necessary to fulfill governmental duties.



Enumerated powers are powers that are specifically outlined in the Constitution. This is opposed to what are known as implied powers.


Expressed powers are powers that are specifically listed in the Constitution. Implied powers are powers not listed in the Constitution but according to the "necessary and proper" clause, these powers may used to carry out expressed powers.


The Elastic Clause allows Congress to use powers to accomplish its directives.


Article I of the US Constitution deals specifically with the establishment and powers of Congress. Section 8 gives Congress the power to coin money and to declare and collection of taxes.


Article I of the US Constitution discusses the powers of Congress.


Enumerated powers are powers that congress has that are not stated explicitly in the US Constitution.


The Constitution states the powers of Congress.


Powers granted to Congress by the Constitution includes general powers, enumerated powers, and implied powers. For example, Congress has the power to collect taxes and pay the debts.


Yes. The powers written specifically for what Congress can and cannot do are called Enumerated Powers. These include declaring war, coining and borrowing money, collect taxes, and pay debts.



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