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Which document states the powers of congress?

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The Constitution states the powers of Congress.

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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.


The powers vested in Congress are legislative powers. This is outlined in Article 1, Section 1 of the United States Constitution.



Those powers which are natural powers that all sovereign states in the world have.


powers that neither Congress or any of the states can use.


The states were denied the taxing, spending, and foreign affairs powers. These powers were given to Congress or the Executive Branch.


The delegated powers are powers reserved for Congress. They are listed in Article I of the United States Constitution.


The states can pass laws within the powers of congress only with congress' consent. For example, states could not pass immigration laws unless congress specifically allows them to.


the Constitution of the united states of America


powers reserved to the statesstate militiaenumerated powers of congress



powers in the bill of rights and powers that are in amendments.. ex: freedom of speech or voting



There is no set list of implied powers for the United States Congress. These powers are flexible and allow members of congress to make decisions that are in the best interests of the people within their districts as issues arise.


Section 8 of the Constitution of the United States states that Congress will have the power: To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof.Please use the link below to read this document.



Congress can also propose amendment to the Constitution and allow new states to become part of the United States..


The Tenth Amendment doesn't mention the powers of Congress; those are discussed in the seven Articles (primarily Article I), the body of the original Constitution. The Tenth Amendment is about powers reserved to the States (or to the people).Amendment X"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people."


The three branches of the government, including the two house congress, is laid out in the constitution. The powers of the congress are further detailed in the amendments to the same document.


Implied powers of Congress come from the "necessary and proper" clause in Article I of the United States Constitution.


The United States Congress can, Impeach a President, Impeach a Supreme Court Judge, and Declare War. They also have many more powers. Their powers are found in Article I of The United States Constitution.


The five expressed powers of Congress are to collect taxes, borrow money on the credit of the United States, regulate commerce, coin money, and lastly to declare war:)


The United States Constitution enumerates substantial powers given to the Congress. Three important powers of Congress include the authority to declare war, appoint cabinet members and justices, and legislate.


The five expressed powers of Congress are to collect taxes, borrow money on the credit of the United States, regulate commerce, coin money, and lastly to declare war:)


Congress was denied some powers which were given to the President, the Judiciary or the states. These include the power to execute the laws, and the power to interpret the Constitution.



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