US Gov (13).docx - Name Pd Expressed vs Implied Powers Organizer Expressed Powers of Congress Implied Powers of Congress The power to print and coin

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Name:________________ Pd:________ Expressed vs. Implied Powers Organizer Expressed Powers of Congress Implied Powers of Congress
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The power to print and coin money The power to regulate commerce The power to create post offices The power to establish rules of To establish a minimum wage, To ban discrimination in workplaces and public facilities To pass laws protecting the disabled To regulate banking To prohibit mail fraud and obstruction of the mails, To bar the shipping of certain items through mails
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Naturalization The power to raise an army and navy To regulate and limit immigration To draft Americans into the military US Congress Powers Expressed or Implied?
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Read each item below and decide whether it describes an expressed
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