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Are all powers of congress specifically listed in the constitution expressed powers or reserved powers?

Expressed powers are powers of Congress specifically listed in the Constitution.


What is Powers Congress that are specifically spelled out in the constitution?

Expressed Powers


What Enumerated powers?

Enumerated powers are the powers explicitly granted to congress by the Constitution. powers that are specifically mentioned, or listed, in the Constitution


Powers not specifically granted to Congress in the constitution but suggested by the powers written are called what?

implied powers


What does the constitution give congress the right to use implied powers for?

The answer is the implied powers being used to enforce powers specifically defined in the constitution.


What powers does the constitution does not specifically give to congress bill of rights gives the state and the people powers that the?

reserved powers


What do we call the powers of Congress that are specifically listed in the constitution?

Delegated powers of the National Gov. that are spelled out in the Constitution are called expressed powers, aka "enumerated powers"


What are the powers of Congress that are written into the Constitution called?

Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution of the United States lists eighteen "enumerated powers" of the Congress. The 9th and 10th Amendments, as part of the Bill of Rights, specifically limit the Congress from taking actions that are not explicitly authorized, stating that powers not listed are reserved to the People or to the States.


Powers not specifically granted to Congress in the Constitution but suggested by the powers written there are called .?

inferred powers... also legally known as implied powers


What are enumerated powers?

Enumerated powers are the powers explicitly granted to congress by the Constitution. powers that are specifically mentioned, or listed, in the Constitution


Which type of congressional powers are clearly spelled out in the constitution?

Enumerated powers are clearly spelled out in the Constitution. These are specific powers granted to Congress, such as the power to coin money, regulate commerce, declare war, and raise an army and navy.


Why did the constitution specifically describe the powers of the Congress but remain vague about the powers of the president?

The Constitution's division of powers leaves the President with some exclusive powers as Commander-in-Chief, Congress with certain other exclusive powers, and a sort of "twilight zone" of concurrent powers. Congress also has the power to limit the powers of the President.The Constitution describes the powers of Congress more than those of the president because initially Congress was supposed to rule the country while the president didn't do much.