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Articles of The Cons

AP UsGov Unit 1 study

Article I Legislative-25 Years old 7 Years Citizen ; Senate-30 Years Old 9 years Citizen; Elastic Clause; Powers- Tax, coin , Army, War Powers Denied- Ex post Facto, Bills of Attainder, Habeas Corpus
Article 2 President-Natural born,35 years old, 14 years resident, commander in chief
Article 3 Establishes Supreme Court;Congress creates lower courts.
Article 4 States- Full faith and credit clause; Privileges and Immunities clause, Admitting new states
Full Faith and Credit Clause States must respect the laws of other states ie. marriages, licences, money
Privileges and Immunities Clause States can't treat members of other states in a discriminator manner. Also rights of interstate travel are inferred.
Article 5 Amending the Constitution Proposal- National Level- 2/3 Congress or National Convention Ratification-State Level- 3/4 State Legislation or State convention
Article 6 Supremacy Clause- Federal Law>State Law
Article 7 2/3 States must approve to ratify
Informal Amendments Laws, Executive Actions, Court Decisions, Party Practices, Customs and Traditions.
Created by: Logan123