Congress powers

Congress powers

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  • The Day in the Life of a Congressman- Congress Powers By: Lizzie Roth
  • Expressed Power- Able to declare war
  • This is important because it balances powers for the commander-in-chief (President)
  • Post Office
  • Expressed Power- Able to designate mail routes and construct postal offices. Also able to mail, carry, and regulate the mails of the U.S.
  • This is important because it allows congress to control something minor
  • Implied Power- to protect those with disabilities
  • This is important because disabled people need extra care and help, something Congress can provide.
  • Implied Powers- to use tax revenue to support education and public housing
  • This is important because these organizations can always use money to improve.
  • These were just some examples of the expressed and implied powers of Congress and how they affect people.
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