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Q: Which of the following reflects Congress acting on an implied power in the Constitution? A.)ordering the creation of a new design for a quarter coin B.)approving the spending of funds for new army
vehicles C.)creating a set of national standards for public schools D.)making a change to the rates charged for income tax
A: approving the spending of funds for new army vehiclesen.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Congress
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[object Object]User: Which of the following reflects Congress acting on an implied power in the Constitution? A.)ordering the creation of a new design for a quarter coin B.)approving the spending of funds for new army vehicles C.)creating a set of national standards for public schools D.)making a change to the rates charged for income tax

Weegy: approving the spending of funds for new army vehiclesen.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Congress
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User: According to Article I of the U.S. Constitution, A.)only the House has the power to approve foreign treaties and presidential appointments B.)only the Senate has the power to approve foreign treaties and presidential appointments C.)the Senate approves foreign treaties and the House approves presidential appointments D.)the House approves foreign treaties and the Senate approves presidential appointments

User: "To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers." U.S. Constitution Article I, Section 8 The quote above is A.)also known as the "elastic clause" because it narrows the powers of Congress to those specifically listed B.)a way that the powers of Congress are expanded through requesting permission from the judicial branch C.)also known as the "elastic clause" because it gives Congress flexibility in the types of legislation it passes D.)a way that the powers of Congress are limited because it gives the judicial branch power to eliminate laws

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