17 To exercise legislation over all places owned by the US 18 To make all laws

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17. To exercise legislation over all places owned by the U.S. 18. To make all laws that are necessary. Section 9: Powers Forbidden to Congress 1. Congress cannon prohibit the immigration of a person to the U.S. but can charge them money. 2. They cannon stop the process of HABEAS CORPUS. 3. No bill may be passed that punishes a person without a trial. 4. No direct tax shall be laid 5. No tax shall be put on items exported from any state. 6. No preferences shall be put on a port in one state to another 7. No money shall be taken from the treasury. 8. No titles of nobility may be given. Section 10: Powers Forbidden to the States No state shall enter treaties, issue their own money, grant any title of nobility. No state shall lay duties on imports or export without the consent of congress. No state shall keep military without congress consent during time of peace. Article 2: The Executive Branch This article includes rules to be followed by the executive branch. Including, term limits, limits to become president, elections of the president, what to do if President is removed from office be it death, impeachment or other reason. Also states that the president will receive compensation for his service to the United States and is head of the Military. The president shall also from time to time give information about the state of the Union to Congress. Article 3: The Judicial Branch
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States that the supreme power in the court system is the Supreme Court. All cases involving public officials must be presided over by the Supreme Court. In trials the person shall be tried in the state in which the crime was committed. Treason by a person shall only consist on them waging war on the United States. Only the person guilty of
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