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APG US Constitution

Articles & Sections of the U.S. Constitution

Article One The Legislative Branch
Article One; Section One The Legislature
Article One; Section Two The House of Representatives
Article One; Section Three The Senate
Article One; Section Four Congress Elections & Meetings
Article One; Section Five Procedural Rules Within Congress
Article One; Section Six Compensation for Members of Congress
Article One; Section Seven How a Bill Becomes a Law
Article One; Section Eight Powers of Congress
Article One; Section Nine Powers Withheld Congress
Article One; Section Ten Powers Withheld From States
Article Two The Executive Branch
Article Two; Section One The President and Vice President
Article Two; Section Two Presidential Powers
Article Two; Section Three Presidential Duties
Article Two; Section Four Impeachment
Article Three The Judiciary
Article Three; Section One The Federal Court System
Article Three; Section Two The Powers and Jurisdiction of Federal Courts
Article Three; Section Three Cases of Treason
Article Four The States
Article Four; Section One State Records
Article Four; Section Two Citizenship
Article Four; Section Three Admission of New States
Article Four; Section Four Republican Form of Government
Article Five The Amendment Process
Article Six Legal Status of the Constitution
Article Seven Ratification of the Constitution
Created by: cchan