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powers that are granted to the federal government delegated powers
part of the constitution /giving Congress authorityto stretch it delegated powers to address issue elastic clause
powers retained by the state governments or by citizens reserved powers
powers that are shared by the / federal and state government concurrent powers
government by elected representatives of the people representative demoracray
the use of population to determine how many leg. representatives an area will have apportionment
to bring charges against impeach
NOTE: the senate will tril the Pres. impeach
to cancel legislation (laws) veto
nonlegislation directives issued by the U.S. Pres. in certain circumstances;exe. orders have the force of congressional law executive orders
freedom from punshiment pardons
group made up of the heads of the exe. departments that advises the U.S. president cabinet
Created by: Wilson Hall