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Constitution Article

Articles of the US Constitution

Article I - Section 1 Establishes the legislature - Congress as the first of the three branches of government
Article I - Section 2 Defines the House of Representatives
Article I - Section 3 Defines the Senate
Article I - Section 4 Defines how the members of Congress are to be elected, and how often Congress must meet
Article I - Section 5 Establishes procedural rules for Congress
Article I - Section 6 Members of Congress will be paid, cannot be detained from meeting, and can hold no other office while serving in Congress
Article I - Section 7 Defines the legislative process - how bills become laws
Article I - Section 8 Defines the powers of Congress
Article I - Section 9 Defines the legal limitations on Congress' powers
Article I - Section 10 Defines specific powers denied to the states
Article II - Section 1 Establishes the office of the President and Vice-President, establishes the Electoral College
Article II - Section 2 Defines the powers of the President and establishes the President's Cabinet
Article II - Section 3 Defines miscellaneous duties of the President
Article II - Section 4 Addresses the removal from office of the President by impeachment
Article III - Section 1 Establishes the Supreme Court and defines the terms of service of all federal judges
Article III - Section 2 Defines the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and lower federal courts, and guarantees trial by jury in criminal cases
Article III - Section 3 Defines the crime of treason
Article IV - Section 1 Requires that each state must respect the laws of all other states
Article IV - Section 2 Ensures that citizens of each state will be treated fairly and equally in all states, requires the interstate transfer of criminals
Article IV - Section 3 Defines how new states may be incorporated as part of the United States, and defines the control of federally-owned lands
Article IV - Section 4 Ensures each state a "Republican form of government" ( representative democracy) and protection from invasion
Article V Defines the method of Amending the Constitution
Article VI Defines the Constitution as the supreme law of the United States
Article VII Signatures
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