Section 6: Money and War-Time Jobs States that each senator and representative will receive compensation for services to their country to be paid out by the U.S. treasury. They will also be immune from arrest, except for treason, felony, and breach of the peace, during an attendance to a session of their respective house, and traveling there and back. Last no senator or representative will be put into any civil office during the time of war. Section 7: Bills All bills for raising revenue (and paychecks) shall originate in the House of Representatives, any bill passed in the two houses will go to the president and pending approval become a law. If the president disapproves if a bill then it goes back to the houses and if two-thirds vote for it, it becomes a law. Section 8: Powers Granted to Congress Congress can:
1. Collects taxes, duties, imposts, lunch money and excises to pay debts and proved defense. 2. Borrow money on credit of the United States. 3. Regulate commerce with foreign nations. 4. Form Uniform law laws of neutralization and bankruptcies through the United States. 5. Coin money and fix the Standard weights and measurements. Down with the metric system!! 6. Provide punishment for counterfeiting U.S. Money 7. Establish post offices and roads. 8. Promote useful stuff by giving copywrites. 9. Repeatedly say the Supreme Court is the Highest and your all inferior. 10. Punish Pirates of the High Seas. (Really says this) 11. Declare War 12. To raise and support armies 13. Provide and maintain a navy 14. Regulation of the government, and land and naval forces 15. To call forth the Militia to execute laws of the union 16. To provide organize and disciplining the militia.
- Summer '16
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