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Powers not written in the Constitution, but necessary to carry out its Expressed Powers are called A. Enumerated Powers. B. Implied Powers. C. Inherent Powers. D. Oversight Powers.
Powers not written in the Constitution, but necessary to carry out its Expressed Powers are called implied powers.
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Powers not written in the Constitution, but necessary to carry out its Expressed Powers are called implied powers.
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