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Constitutional power


Expressed powers powers directly stated in the constitution
implied powers powers that are required to carry out expressed powers
inherent powers powers that are not in constitution, but required to run a government
what are the powers of the national government called? delegated powers
what powers do the delegated powers include? expressed, implied, and inherent
concurrent powers powers national and state government share
reserved powers powers reserved for the states
examples of an expressed power regulate commerce among the states, levy taxes, and coin money
example of an implied power the power to draft people into the armed forces
examples of an inherent power control immigration; establish diplomatic relations with other countries
examples of concurrent powers taxes, enforce laws, borrow money, establish courts, and spend general welfare
examples of reserved powers regulate interstate commerce, administer elections, establish local government systems, and protect the public's health and welfare
Created by: blickman