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s.s test review

text after chrismas break 8th grade review

TermDefinition
reserved powers powers left for states that are not inthe constitution
concurrent powers power that the national government shares with the state governments
expressed power powers stated in the constitution
delegate/enumerated powers expressed powers of congress
implied powers powers needed to carry out expressed government
denied powers powers neither the state or national governments have
taxes concurrent
elections reserved
voter qualifications reserved
marriage laws reserved
coin and print money exspressed
maintain law and order concurrent
declare war exspressed
admitting new states exspressed
establishing courts concurrent
establish public schools reserved
veto power president
overrides vetos congress
declares laws unconstitutional surpeme court
declares executive act unconstitutional surpreme court
impeach the president congress
prepare the budget president
approve the budget congress
approve appointments congress
appoint judges, cabinet members president
call congress into special session president
approve treaties congress
impeachment a formal charge brought against a government offical
override use ones authority to reject or cancel
judicial review thepoxer of the surpreme court to determine if a law is passed
ambassador highest ranking government offical working for a government in a forein country
bureaucracy many departments and agencies at all levels of government
veto refusal by the president or govenor to sign a bill
budget a plan of income and spending
bicameral consisting of two parties as a law making party
revenue income
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