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Article 1: Congress
Separation of Powers
Bicameral
House of Representatives and Senate
Powers of Congress
An act of vesting the legislative, executive, and judicial po…
(of a legislative body) Having two branches or chambers.
The 2 chambers of Congress are...
Raise and Collect Taxes, Borrow Money, Regulate Commerce, Cre…
Separation of Powers
An act of vesting the legislative, executive, and judicial po…
Bicameral
(of a legislative body) Having two branches or chambers.
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Article 1 - Congress - Incomplete
Section 1
Section 2
Section 2
Section 2
establishes Congress, stating that all powers within the arti…
Contains the following requirements:... -Age must be 25 or older…
States that the House of Representatives has an election ever…
Contains the following stipulations for numbers:... -Decided by…
Section 1
establishes Congress, stating that all powers within the arti…
Section 2
Contains the following requirements:... -Age must be 25 or older…
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Congress Article 1
bill
cloture
conference committees
constituency
A proposed law (legislative act) within Congress or another l…
A parliamentary maneuver that, if a three-fifths majority vot…
Temporary committees that are formed to bargain over the diff…
The individuals who live within the geographical area represe…
bill
A proposed law (legislative act) within Congress or another l…
cloture
A parliamentary maneuver that, if a three-fifths majority vot…
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Congress Article 1
bill
cloture
conference committees
constituency
A proposed law (legislative act) within Congress of another l…
A parliamentary maneuver that, if a three-fifths majority vot…
Temporary committees that are formed to bargain over the diff…
The individuals who live within the geographical area represe…
bill
A proposed law (legislative act) within Congress of another l…
cloture
A parliamentary maneuver that, if a three-fifths majority vot…
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Article 1 Congress
Separation of powers
Bicameral
The 2 chambers
Impeachment
Power divided in 3 branches
2 branches of chambers
The Senate... The house of representative
Formal process in which official accuse on unlawful activity
Separation of powers
Power divided in 3 branches
Bicameral
2 branches of chambers
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Article 1 US Congress
all legislative powers
bicameral
states
most
What powers are granted to Senate and House Representatives?
having two branches or chambers, the House of Representatives…
______ set citizen voting qualifications
States with most population and have the ______ representatives
all legislative powers
What powers are granted to Senate and House Representatives?
bicameral
having two branches or chambers, the House of Representatives…
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article 1/demographics of congress
age in congress
party profile in congress
3 most commonly held occupations in co…
level of education in congress
- congress is getting older... - the average age of a senator i…
- the party balance, who's in charge?... - senate = majority re…
- previous military personnel... - politicians... - lawyers
- highly likely that they have a high level of education acro…
age in congress
- congress is getting older... - the average age of a senator i…
party profile in congress
- the party balance, who's in charge?... - senate = majority re…
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Article 1: Congress
Separation of Powers
Bicameral
Two chambers of Congress
Powers of Congress
powers are divided among the three branches
two chambers
house of representatives... senate
raise and collect taxes... borrow money... coin money... post office... p…
Separation of Powers
powers are divided among the three branches
Bicameral
two chambers
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Article 1 requirements for congress
House of Representatives
House of Representatives
House of Representatives
House of Representatives
25 years old
Must live in the state they represent
U.S citizen for at least 7 years
Serve two year terms
House of Representatives
25 years old
House of Representatives
Must live in the state they represent
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congress powers (article 1)
taxation to pay debts and for defense
borrow money
control trade between states and forei…
make rules for naturalization and bank…
yes
yes
yes
yes
taxation to pay debts and for defense
yes
borrow money
yes
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Article 1- Congress
What is the role of the Legislative Br…
Congress CAN NOT
Popular Sovereignty
Federalism
To make laws
-Writ of Habeas Corpus can't be suspended... -Bill of attainder…
the people are the source of the government power
power is divided between national/state governments
What is the role of the Legislative Br…
To make laws
Congress CAN NOT
-Writ of Habeas Corpus can't be suspended... -Bill of attainder…
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Article 1: Congress
Separation of powers
Bicameral
Congress's two chambers
Powers of congress
Powers are divided among the 3 branches
2 chambers
The senate, house of representatives
Collect taxes... Borrow money and pay debts... Make rules for how t…
Separation of powers
Powers are divided among the 3 branches
Bicameral
2 chambers
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article 1 powers of congress
revenue
borrowing
commerce
naturalization and bankruptcy
gives congress the power to raise and spend revenue
federal government borrows money by issuing bonds
...
the process to become a citizen and the congress deals with b…
revenue
gives congress the power to raise and spend revenue
borrowing
federal government borrows money by issuing bonds
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Article 1 - Congress
Selection of committee chairs
Powers of committee chairs
Standing committee
Conference committee
chosen within each political party of each house, voted on an…
scheduling and presiding over committee meeting and public he…
panel that considers all bills related to certain policy matt…
irons out differences between House and Senate versions of a…
Selection of committee chairs
chosen within each political party of each house, voted on an…
Powers of committee chairs
scheduling and presiding over committee meeting and public he…
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Article 1: Congress
Seperation of Powers
Bicameral
What are the two chambers in Congress
Impeachment
Powers are divided among three branches
Two chambers
The senate and the House of Representatives
Unlawful activity
Seperation of Powers
Powers are divided among three branches
Bicameral
Two chambers
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Article 1: Congress
Define Separation of Powers
Define Bicameral
Congress is made up of two chambers. W…
The Powers of Congress. (Pick 5)
Dividing powers into 3 different areas, making sure that one…
It's made up of two chambers
Senate and House of Representative
Collect taxes, punish pirates, borrow money and pay debts, cr…
Define Separation of Powers
Dividing powers into 3 different areas, making sure that one…
Define Bicameral
It's made up of two chambers
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article 1: powers of congress
uniform taxes
borrow money
regulate commerce (trade) with foreign…
naturalization (how to become a citize…
...
...
...
...
uniform taxes
...
borrow money
...
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Articles 1: Congress
Article 1 Section 1
Article 1 Section 2
Article 1 Section 2 Clause 1
Article 1 Section 2 Clause 2
Bicameral House ... -House of reps and Senate... -created through V…
Qualification to be a member of the House
Composition and election of members... -2 years term, elected by…
Qualifications... -25 years old, citizen for 7 years, inhabitant…
Article 1 Section 1
Bicameral House ... -House of reps and Senate... -created through V…
Article 1 Section 2
Qualification to be a member of the House
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Article 1: - Legislative Branch (Congress)
Sec 1: Who is granted all legislative…
Sec 1: Who is responsible for making t…
Sec 2: When is the House elected?
Sec 2: how old do the elected have to…
Congress
Congress
every two years
25
Sec 1: Who is granted all legislative…
Congress
Sec 1: Who is responsible for making t…
Congress
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Article 1 (minus Congress clauses)
Legislative
House of Representatives
2 years
25
What branch is article 1 outlining?
What is described by section 2?
how long are HOR terms?
what is the minimum age for HOR?
Legislative
What branch is article 1 outlining?
House of Representatives
What is described by section 2?
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Article 1 US Congress Review
What powers are granted to Senate and…
Article 1 Section 1
Bicameral
States and voting qualifications
- All legislative powers
says grants all legislative powers to Congress, which consist…
having two branches or chambers, the House of Representatives…
States set citizen voting qualifications
What powers are granted to Senate and…
- All legislative powers
Article 1 Section 1
says grants all legislative powers to Congress, which consist…
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Article 1 US Congress Review
What powers are granted to Senate and…
Article 1 Section 1
Bicameral
States and voting qualifications
- All legislative powers
says grants all legislative powers to Congress, which consist…
having two branches or chambers, the House of Representatives…
States set citizen voting qualifications
What powers are granted to Senate and…
- All legislative powers
Article 1 Section 1
says grants all legislative powers to Congress, which consist…
71 terms
Article 1 US Congress Review
What powers are granted to Senate and…
Article 1 Section 1
Bicameral
States and voting qualifications
- All legislative powers
says grants all legislative powers to Congress, which consist…
having two branches or chambers, the House of Representatives…
States set citizen voting qualifications
What powers are granted to Senate and…
- All legislative powers
Article 1 Section 1
says grants all legislative powers to Congress, which consist…
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Article 1 - Factual Concepts - Congress
When are congressional elections held?
All revenue bills (money bills must st…
Define Veto.
Can congress still make a law if the P…
The first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even…
The house of representives
to reject or deny a bill
Yes, they can over-ride the veto with a 2/3 majority vote of…
When are congressional elections held?
The first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even…
All revenue bills (money bills must st…
The house of representives
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Article 1/Congress PRE-TEST
Which of the following did the framers…
The foremost attraction for the job of…
A myth about members of Congress is th…
How many members does the United State…
congress
The power to make key policy decisions
Tend to develop policy specialties
535
Which of the following did the framers…
congress
The foremost attraction for the job of…
The power to make key policy decisions
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Powers Denied Congress (Article 1)
habeas corpus
bills of attainder
ex post facto laws
titles of nobility
a court order which requires a person accused of a crime to b…
a law passed to punish a person without due process of law (p…
making an act a crime before the law was passed
may not grant
habeas corpus
a court order which requires a person accused of a crime to b…
bills of attainder
a law passed to punish a person without due process of law (p…
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Article 1: Legislative: Powers of Congress
Uniform taxes
Borrow money
Regulate commerce (trade) with foreign…
Nationalization (how to become a citiz…
...
...
...
...
Uniform taxes
...
Borrow money
...
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article 1 powers forbidden to congress
slave trade
habeas corpus
no bill of attainder
ex post facto law
puts limits on tax and couldnt debate until 1808
can only keep a person in jail for a certain amount of time b…
the legislature cant punish without trial
couldnt be in trouble if the law changes and you did somethin…
slave trade
puts limits on tax and couldnt debate until 1808
habeas corpus
can only keep a person in jail for a certain amount of time b…
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Part 1- Congress and Article I
incumbents
pork barrel
House Rules Committee
majority leader
Those already holding office. In congressional elections, the…
The mighty list of federal projects, grants, and contracts av…
An institution unique to the House of Representatives that re…
The principal partisan ally of the Speaker of the House or th…
incumbents
Those already holding office. In congressional elections, the…
pork barrel
The mighty list of federal projects, grants, and contracts av…
18 terms
Powers Given to Congress (Article 1)
House of Representatives
House ways and means committee
uniform
interstate and foreign commerce
can start tax bills
starts bills
All taxation is to be
May regulate
House of Representatives
can start tax bills
House ways and means committee
starts bills
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article 1: powers forbidden to congress
may not attempt to stop slave trade un…
habeas corpus - may not suspend writ o…
bill of attained- punishes a person w/…
ex post factor- makes an act a crime a…
...
...
...
...
may not attempt to stop slave trade un…
...
habeas corpus - may not suspend writ o…
...
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Article 1: both house and congress
What is the basic function of legislat…
Who decides if a Congressperson has th…
What is a quorum? How much is a quorum…
What is the approximate salary of a me…
make laws
Other members of Congress
A majority; House is 218, Senate is 51
$175,000
What is the basic function of legislat…
make laws
Who decides if a Congressperson has th…
Other members of Congress
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unit 2 voldy article 1: congress
bicameral
two system govt
great or connecticut compromise
equality/ each state recieving 2 senat…
congress is a ___________ legislature, made up of two houses
Bicameral legislature
result of the bicameral lesilature (based on population for t…
representative of the senste is depending on
bicameral
congress is a ___________ legislature, made up of two houses
two system govt
Bicameral legislature
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Article 1, Section 8: Powers of Congress
Clause 1
Clause 2
Clause 3
Clause 4
Levy taxes, must originate in the house
Borrowing, issue bonds...creates debt
Regulation of commerce, interstate and foreign trade
Naturalization and bankruptcy
Clause 1
Levy taxes, must originate in the house
Clause 2
Borrowing, issue bonds...creates debt
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Article 1 section 8 (powers of congress)
1
2
3
4
Levy and collect taxes
Borrow money on the credit of the US
Regulate interstate and international commerce
Establish bankruptcy and Naturalization Law
1
Levy and collect taxes
2
Borrow money on the credit of the US
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Article 1, Section 9: Denied Powers of Congress
Clause 1
Clause 2
Clause 3
Clause 4
Slave Trade
Writ of Habeas Corpus
Unfair laws
Individual Taxes
Clause 1
Slave Trade
Clause 2
Writ of Habeas Corpus
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Article 1 Section 8: Powers Granted To Congress
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
1. Taxes... 2. Duties... 3. Imposts... 4. Excises... 5. Defense... 6. Genera…
Borrow Money
Regulate Commerce
Naturalization- becoming a citizen
8.1
1. Taxes... 2. Duties... 3. Imposts... 4. Excises... 5. Defense... 6. Genera…
8.2
Borrow Money
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The Powers of Congress Article 1, Section 8-
Revenue
Borrowing
Commerce
Naturalization and Bankruptcy
Taxes must be levied at the same rate throught the nation
The federal government borrows money by issuing bonds
Congress regulates foreign trade and interstate trade
"Naturalization" refers to the procedure by which a citizen o…
Revenue
Taxes must be levied at the same rate throught the nation
Borrowing
The federal government borrows money by issuing bonds
8 terms
Article 1: Legislative: Powers Denied to Congress
May not attempt to stop slave trade un…
May not suspend Writ of Habeas Corpus…
No Bill of Attainder (legislature pass…
No Ex Post Facto Laws (making somethin…
...
...
...
...
May not attempt to stop slave trade un…
...
May not suspend Writ of Habeas Corpus…
...
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SS Constitution Article 1 Powers of Congress
Power #1
Power #2
Power #3
Power #4
Taxing imports and spending money
Borrowing money with bonds
Regulating foreign and interstate trade, as well as trade wit…
Determining the process of which a foreigner becomes a citize…
Power #1
Taxing imports and spending money
Power #2
Borrowing money with bonds
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Constitution: Article 1- Legislative Branch (Congress)
How many representatives does a state…
Congress is made up of what?
Name some requirements for Representat…
How many members TOTAL are in the Hous…
based on population
Senate and House of Representatives
25 years old, US citizen for 7 years, & live in the state the…
435 total representatives
How many representatives does a state…
based on population
Congress is made up of what?
Senate and House of Representatives
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Congress: The People's Branch- Article 1
Who said:"In a republican form of gove…
What are the two heads under Dual Natu…
What are the branches under Representa…
What are the branches under Legislation?
James Madison
Representation and Legislation
Home Style... Constituent Services... Earn marks... Voting
Hill Style... Committee work... Logrolling... Voting
Who said:"In a republican form of gove…
James Madison
What are the two heads under Dual Natu…
Representation and Legislation
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Article One - Congress
# of Senators
# of House of Representatives
Senator - Term of office
Representative - Term of office
100 members
435 members
Term of office is 6 years.
Term of office is 2 years.
# of Senators
100 members
# of House of Representatives
435 members
50 terms
What Congress Cannot Do, Enumerated Powers, Article 1 of the Constitution
What are things Congress cannot do?
Delegated Powers
Clause 1
Clause 2
Tax exports... Expost facto laws (Congress cannot make a law and…
Tax.... Borrow.... Commerce.... Currency (make money).... Foreign trade.…
Collect taxes, pay debts, spend money; all taxes must be the…
Borrow money
What are things Congress cannot do?
Tax exports... Expost facto laws (Congress cannot make a law and…
Delegated Powers
Tax.... Borrow.... Commerce.... Currency (make money).... Foreign trade.…
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Article I- Congress
House Requirements
Senate Requirments
Enumerated Powers
Elastic Clause
25 y/o, citizen for 7 years, live in the state
30 y/o, citizen for 9 years, live in the state
-tax... -declare war... -elastic clause... -coin money... -borrow money... -…
Also "necessary and proper", congress can make any law they d…
House Requirements
25 y/o, citizen for 7 years, live in the state
Senate Requirments
30 y/o, citizen for 9 years, live in the state
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Article I - The Congress
Sections 1-3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Sums up the purpose of Article I, which sets up the Congress…
Sets the rules for the election of senators and representativ…
Specifies that each house of Congress can determine whether a…
Represents the writers' memories of how royal governors had a…
Sections 1-3
Sums up the purpose of Article I, which sets up the Congress…
Section 4
Sets the rules for the election of senators and representativ…
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Gov. article I: the Congress
Bicameral
The Great Compromise, Connecticut comp…
Population and equality, 2 senators each
Small
The Congress is a ________ legislature
The bicameral legislature was a result of what?
The GC allowed for representation in the House based on ? And…
The senate is organized to benefit the _______ states
Bicameral
The Congress is a ________ legislature
The Great Compromise, Connecticut comp…
The bicameral legislature was a result of what?
44 terms
Article One - Congress
# of Senators
# of House of Representatives
Senator - Term of office
Representative - Term of office
100 members
435 members
Term of office is 6 years.
Term of office is 2 years.
# of Senators
100 members
# of House of Representatives
435 members
14 terms
Article I: Congress
Branch
Essential Powers
House of Representatives (Sections 2 a…
Senate (Section 3)
Legislative Branch
Makes laws
Term: 2 years... Requirements: 25 years old, 7 years a United St…
Term: 6 years... Requirements: 30 years old, 9 years a United St…
Branch
Legislative Branch
Essential Powers
Makes laws
15 terms
Article I - Congress
2 parts of Congress
Number of members of Senate
number of members of the House of Reps
minimum age for House of Reps
1. House of Representatives... 2. Senate
100
435
25 years old
2 parts of Congress
1. House of Representatives... 2. Senate
Number of members of Senate
100
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