Airheads out of control
lol they never meet cuss they crazy
Congress must meet every 6 months because of the United States Constitution. The Constitution says they must meet at least twice a year.
At least once each year
at least once each year
Indirectly, as it says that "The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes . . ."
In the constitution it says the President must address the congress over the State Of The Union once a year.
congress can't tax exports, because it says it in the constitution.
The Constitution says that laws passed by Congress are supplemental to State Laws. Both State and Federal laws are to be upheld by all United States citizens.
The enumerated powers are the things that Article I, Section 8, of the U.S. Constitution specifically says that the Congress can do.
Article 6 of the constitution says that if state laws disagree with federal laws, the federal law must be obeyed.
It says in the constitution that the president must give such a speech, addressing the congress once a year to inform them of how the country is progressing under his leadership.
On the contrary, the Constitution requires members of Congress to be residents of the States which they represent.
after the section that says "thou shalt not commit adultery"
Interestingly, the constitution doesn't say a lot about how to become a state. It does say "New States may be admitted by the Congress into this Union," and it also says that a new state may not be created out of the territory of an existing state, nor can two or more states be merged into one, unless both the Congress and all the state legislatures involved agree to it. A state must have its own constitution, but it must also agree to accept the authority of the US Constitution. Today, if a new territory wants to join the United States, it must express its desire for statehood to Congress, and it is up to Congress whether to approve it or not.
Yes. The US Constitution, Article One says, "Congress shall have power to ... declare War."
Yes. The President must deliver to Congress a "State of the Union" periodically. There is nothing that specifies it must be a speech to Congress. Early in our nation's history, it was often a written report that was submitted. There is no requirement that it be an annual thing. The Constitution is vague and just says the following: "He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient"
The Elastic clause is in the constitution which says that the government can do anything "Necessary and proper"
The US does not have kings or queens, and no, that is not a power given to Congress by the Constitution. Article I, Section 9, of the Constitution says, "No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States."
Look in the constitution, it says it there
Expressed powers are powers spcificaly given to Congress in the Constitution and Implied powers are given to the Congress in Article 1 section 8 of the Constitution at least that is what my history book says.
The Constitution limits the powers of the congress. This is so because in the Constitution it says what each branch of government is supposed to do. The system Checks and Balances also limits the power of the congress because the system makes sher one branch of government takes over the USA.
No because in section 8 powers of congress clause 5 it says that congress has the right to coin money
Article IV of the U.S. Constitution says the states must respect each other's laws and citizens, gives Congress the right to admit new states to the Union and govern territories belonging to the federal government, and creates obligations of the federal government to the states.