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The U.S. Constitution does not grant any :implied" powers to the federal government. The authority delegated to the federal government is narrow and explicit, according to Article 10, all powers not expressly provided by the Constitution is reserved exclusively to the States or to the People.

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Q: Should the Constitution be interpreted loosely to grant implied powers to the federal government?
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