notes 2.7 - American Government notes 2/7 Power structure...

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American Government notes 2/7 Power structure in the Constitution to Congress Granted, enumerated, delegated, and expressed powers – all the same. Spelt out in the constitution Implied powers - necessary and proper clause, elastic clause. Stretching the granted powers Denied powers – to the feds and states Reserved powers – powers to the states and local communities, not covered in constitution Executive Branch Powers given o Commander-in-chief of the military o Treaties – 2/3 rd ’s vote in the senate o Appoint government officials Judges, cabinet, ambassadors – still must be approved by senate
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