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chap 3 clh


preamble introduction to the constitution
amend to change
veto to reject
majority rule decisions based on what the majority of the people want
repeal to do away with
legislative branch makes the laws
executive branch enforces the laws
judicial branch interprets the laws
cabinet high ranking gov soldiers
full faith and credit clause states honor eachother
supremacy clause fed law takes precedence over state law
necessary and proper clause congress can make any law in order to do its job
enumerated powers of congress listed in the constitution
reserved powers of the states
concurrent powers of both state and federal government
limited government gov cannot do anything it wants
checks and balances each brach of government checks the other
popular sovereignty rule by the people
federalism state and federal government share the power to govern
separation of powers each branch has its own powers
treason helping yours countries enemies
consent permission
framers writers creators
regulate control
inter between
intra within
overide to reject a vedo
unconstitutional against the constitution
suspend to stop or not allow
interpret to tell the meaning of
Created by: kody11