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Government Unit 4

Expressed Powers of Congress (18)

Expressed Power Power to tax and spend for the defense & general welfare of the U.S
Expressed Power Power to borrow money
Expressed Power Power to regulate foreign and interstate commerce
Expressed Power Establish naturalization and bankruptcy laws
Expressed Power Power to coin money
Expressed Power Punish counterfeiters of money and securities (stocks)
Expressed Power Establish post offices
Expressed Power Grant patents and copyrights
Expressed Power Create courts below the Supreme Court
Expressed Power Define and punish piracies & felonies of the high seas
Expressed Power Declare war
Expressed Power Raise and support an army
Expressed Power Provide and maintain a navy
Expressed Power Make laws governing the armed forces (different from civilian law)
Expressed Power Provide and call for the militia/National Guard to execute federal laws
Expressed Power Organize, arm, and discipline the militia
Expressed Power Govern the District of Columbia
Expressed Power Provide for the laws necessary and proper for carrying out all other listed powers
Created by: PLHSGovernment