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The powers of Congress that are written into the U.S. Constitution are called enumerated powers. The powers are set in the amendment of forth in Article I.

Expressed powers are powers written down for Congress in the Constitution.

Congress' powers are listed in Article one of the Constitution. Specific powers are enumerated in section eight. Congress has expressed powers that are written in the Constitution and implied powers that are not expressed.

The 18 powers given to Congress are called enumerated powers. They are found in Article I of the US 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.

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.

There are powers that are necessary and proper to execute the written powers, however, it was not specifically added in the constitution. This powers are called "implied powers".

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

Congressional powers not expressly stated in the Constitution but suggested by the enumerated powers that are written there are called

These type of powers are called "expressed powers", as they're clearly expressed in the constitution. The other powers are called "implied powers", as they're not expressed but implied from other sections.

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

Congress has some powers that fall under the 'Necessary and Proper' clause. These powers are any powers Congress may exercise to carry out its functions.

In the Constitution, delegated (expressed) powers are powers that are explicitly given to Congress. Implied Powers are powers that are not written in the Constitution, but are implied by the Elastic Clause.

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

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

Legislative Powers are exclusive to Congress. The Constitution separates the powers of government so that no branch becomes too powerful.

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.

Expressed powers are those written in the U.S. Constitution, implied powers are those that are not written in the U.S. Constitution but are used to better the united states as needed.

Referring to Article 1 of the Constitution, the first 18 powers of congress are also known as either enumerated powers or implied powers.

These powers are referred to as implied powers, powers that are not explicitly granted to Congress in the U.S. Constitution. The opposite would be expressed powers.

Congress has expressed and implied powers. Expressed are strictly stated powers in the Constitution. Implied powers are derived from the elastic clause of the Constitution.

The powers that are delegated to Congress, and also the powers denied to Congress are all discussed in Article II of the Constitution.

Legislative powers are listed in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution.

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