Article One of the US Constitution describes the Congress (the House and Senate), their required qualifications, duties and powers. Section 8 of Article 1 gets into specifics as to the powers of Congress.
Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution lists the powers of Congress.
Article I, Section 9 of the Constitution lists those powers.
Article 1, Section 8 lists the powers of Congress.
Article one is about congress which is what the US legislature is called. Section 8 of article 1 lists the powers of Congress.
Article 1, Section 8 lists the expressed powers of Congress.
The United States Constitution is the document that contains the expressed and implied powers that are given to Congress. These powers are outlined in Article I, Section 8.
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.
Article 1, section 10, lists powers denied to the several "STATES".
The powers that are delegated to Congress, and also the powers denied to Congress are all discussed in Article II of the Constitution.
Article I, section 8 of the Constitution, which lists the powers of Congress, starts with: "The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes".
In article 1.
its article 1 by the way and the powers are called the delegated powers
Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution lists the enumerated powers given to Congress. Article I, Section 8, Clause 7 gives Congress the power "to establish Post Offices and post Roads".
Article 1 estabilished the legislative branch and other sections of article 1 estblished spell out the procedures for making laws, lists the type of laws congress may pass, and specify the powers that congress dose not have.
Yes. Article I, Section 8 lists "To establish Post Offices and post Roads;" as one of the 18 "enumerated powers" of the Congress.
Article 1 Section 8
Article I, Section 8. Powers denied to the Congress and powers denied to the states – Article I, Sections 9 and 10, respectively.
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.