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Which of the following is not a power of the United States Congress? A. Enforcing immigration laws B. Levying and collecting taxes C. Regulating commerce between the states D. Establishing and paying for the armed forces
Enforcing immigration laws is not a power of the United States Congress.
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Enforcing immigration laws is not a power of the United States Congress.
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