Powers retained by the state government and the citizens such as conducting elections, regulating their own trade, regulating education, and making local governments.
This allows Congress to stretch its delegated powers to address issues the Founding Fathers couldn't have foreseen.
Freedom from punishment.
To bring charges against.
Powers granted to the federal government such as coining money, running the the postal system, declaring war, and conducting diplomacy.
Powers held by both the state and federal governments such as taxing, borrowing money, and enforcing laws.
A type of government by representatives of the people.
Nonlegislative directives that have the force of law.
Heads of the departments in the executive branch that advise the president.
Make request of.
A judge's order allowing police to search someone's property if it likely contains evidence relating to a crime.
To be tried again for the same crime.
A process to gain citizenship.
Send back to the country of origin.
Requirement of military service.
political action committees
Organizations that collect money to distribute to candidates who support the same issues as the contributors.
The right to take personal property to further the public's interest.
The amount of time someone must live in the US for before applying for citizenship.
How old someone must be to serve in the House.
How old someone must be to serve in the Senate.
How old someone must be to serve as President.
The amount of time someone must have lived in the US before serving as President.
How old someone must be to serve on the Supreme Court.
How long someone can serve as a Supreme Court Justice.
How long a President can serve in one term.
How long a member of the House can serve in one term.
How long a member of the Senate can serve in one term.
How many terms a President may serve.