The Nonlegislative Powers.
The executive, judicial, and constituent powers.
powers that are not written down or interpretive completely, but are still used by the government.
powers that arre used to check the other branches of government these are set for in the constitution
The power to approve or reject major presidential appointments.
Congress has several powers that are not legislative. They include amending the Constitution, deciding elections, and impeachment power among others.
Congress has the power to do several things in order to instill checks and balances. Congress has the power to overturn Supreme Court rulings, impeach the President and to conduct trials and to remove officers from the other branches of government.
Voted to impeach
Five non-legislative powers of Congress include: 1. Power to impeach officials (ex: President) 2. Power to amend the Constitution. This requires a 2/3 vote by Congress members and ¾ approval by state legislatures 3. Power to give advice and consent 4. Power to conduct investigations (ex: Watergate Scandal) 5. Power to choose executive leaders
1. impeach officers 2. amend the constitution 3. giving advice and consent 4. conducting investigations 5. choosing executive leaders Descriptions; 1: Impeach officers: 2. Amend the constitution: Changing certain problems in the Constitution. 3. Giving advice and consent: 4. Conducting investigations: 5. Choosing executive leaders:
Both Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton underwent impeachment trials in the Senate. Neither one was convicted.
reserved powers are powers reserved to the state Delegated powers are powers reserved to the federal government and Concurrent powers are powers reserved to both state and federal government
delegated powers, concurrent powers, and reserved powers
None..state powers have state powers and federal powers have federal powers. The powers not given to the federal government belongs to the state so they each have different powers.
Enumerated powersConcurrent powersReserved powers
The Allied Powers, Axis powers, and the Neutral Powers
executive powers, legislative powers, and judicial powers
Implied powers are congress exercised powers which are not given explicitly by the constitution. While express powers are the powers which is given by the constitution.
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.
National powers are called "Federal powers"; those of the States' are called "police powers."