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What is an expressed power of the national government?

The power to coin money. The power to coin money


This power is denied to the national government by the constitution?

coin money


What power is not given to the national government by the constitution?

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National government to coin money is what power?

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Does the national government have the authority to coin money under the Constitution?

Yes, Article 1 Section 8 gives the government this power. "Congress shall have the power...to coin money."


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Which of these is an example of an expressed power given to the national government?

ability to coin money A+


What is An example of an expressed power given to the national government in the Constitution?

The ability to coin money


What was one purpose of the federal government to power to coin money?

to protect the value of the national currency


The power of government to coin money is an example of which power?

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Which branch has the power to coin money?

The branch of the government that can coin money is the Legislative branch, which is Congress.


What power has the power to coin money?

The power to coin money belongs to the Federal government (Congress, specifically) according to the Constitution of the United States.


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to protect the value of the national currency


What kind of government does the constitution give the power to coin money to?

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What power does the constitution specifically deny to state government?

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Which is not an inherent power of the federal government?

The right to coin money


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What is a power the federal government has?

Power to make war, coin money, regulate interstate commerce..


Why are the powers to declare war and coin money delegated to the national government?

they decide the budgets


Which body of government has the power to raise borrow and coin money?

it is the department of treasury


What were the advantages of the constitution giving the federal government the power to coin money?

It gave the government the ability to raise money to pay off debt


What branch has the power to coin money?

The legislative branch has the power to coin money.


Who has the power to print and coin money?

The congress has the power to print and coin money!!


Does the state government have the power to coin money under the constitution?

I believe its no. Only the Federal government retains that authority.


Which branch of government can coin money?

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