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The Powers of Congress: Article I • Section 1. “All legislative power…” • Section 2. The House of Representatives • Section 3. The Senate • Sections 4-7 – Lame Duck Amendment – Elections and Qualifications – Speech and Debate Clause – Bills for Raising Revenue – The Veto Power
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Article I (contd) • Section 8. The Enumeration of Powers The Interstate Commerce Clause Section 9. Limitations on Congressional Power
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Unformatted text preview: Writ of Habeas Corpus Ex Post Facto Laws Bills of Attainder Interstate Commerce • Gibbons v. Ogden (1824) – The Steamboat Case – Significance – Atlanta Motel v. U.S. (1964) – Daniel v. Paul (1969) Congressional Powers: What the Constitution Fails to Say • Political Parties • Committees and Subcommittees • Rules and Procedures • Congressional Investigations...
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  • Spring '06
  • SomeonethatWasJustTryingtogettheirDoctorate
  • United States Congress, Interstate Commerce, interstate commerce clause, Article One of the United States Constitution, Congressional Power Writ

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