What is the difference between implied powers and enumerated powers?


Implied Powers is one of the basic axioms of
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Enumerated powers are powers specifically given to government by a nation's constitution. Implied powers are powers given to government that are required in order to carry out their
Enumerated powers are powers that are listed as things that the federal government can do. If they aren't listed then they are powers that are left up to state and local governments
Article 2 of the Constitution has given the head of the Executive Branch, the president, the authority to enforce the laws Congress has passed. He has the power to sign or veto any
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Another term for the Implied Powers Clause is the Elastic Clause. It was named this because it has been stretched to mean so many different things in law since ...
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