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This person favors a broad interpretation of the constitution.
liberal construstionist
Bringing charges against the president for any high crimes and misdemeanors.
impeach
This person favors limiting powers of congress to its expressed powers and only the most vital implied powers.
strict construstionist
A legal proceeding for distributing to creditors the assets of those unable to pay their debts.
bankrupsy
The implied powers are based on this clause of the Constitution.
1-8:18
This is used to prevent action on a bill.
silibuster
Who must approve treaties by a two-thirds vote.
senate
This cannot be limited by any government agency.
debt
This Supreme Court case upheld the doctrine of implied powers.
McCulloch vs. Maryland
This was placed in the Constitution in order to empower Congress to pass laws needed to carry out the expressed powers.
necessary and proper clause
The senate needs a majaority on order to pass all major presidental
appointments
This house is given the power to impeach.
house
The U.S. government was given this power in order to establish uniform proceders for dealing with insolvent debtors.
bankrupsy
This person is the presiding officer in the Senate when the Vice President is absent.
president portemplor
Unlike the house, the Senate has few limits on
debates
This person favors a broad interpretation of the constitution.
liberal construstionist
Bringing charges against the president for any high crimes and misdemeanors.
impeach
This person favors limiting powers of congress to its expressed powers and only the most vital implied powers.
strict construstionist
A legal proceeding for distributing to creditors the assets of those unable to pay their debts.
bankrupsy
The implied powers are based on this clause of the Constitution.
1-8:18
This is used to prevent action on a bill.
silibuster
Who must approve treaties by a two-thirds vote.
senate
This cannot be limited by any government agency.
debt
This Supreme Court case upheld the doctrine of implied powers.
McCulloch vs. Maryland
This was placed in the Constitution in order to empower Congress to pass laws needed to carry out the expressed powers.
necessary and proper clause
The senate needs a majaority on order to pass all major presidental
appointments
This house is given the power to impeach.
house
The U.S. government was given this power in order to establish uniform proceders for dealing with insolvent debtors.
bankrupsy
This person is the presiding officer in the Senate when the Vice President is absent.
president portemplor
Unlike the house, the Senate has few limits on
debates