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Can you name the functions of the Constitution?

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In most cases, the supreme court has _______
In all cases, except those of impeachment, the president has the power to grant ________
Congress has the right to maintain the __________
The Vice President is the _______ of the senate
Which section of Article I of the Constitution discusses the powers of Congress?
Senators are split into ____ classes while in chambers
The executive power of the United States is vested in the ______
Congress has the right to regulate commerce between foreign nations, certain states and __________
States cannot enter into any treaty, alliance or ________________
Legislative Powers are granted to _____
To pass treaties the president must have_______ approval of the senate
Senators must be at least ___ years old
Before taking office the president must swear an_______
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As stated in Article I Section IX, taxes shall not be implemented on exports within ___________
Trials will always be held in the _____ where the alleged crime was committed
The president has the power to do what to a bill?
The judicial power of the united states shall be vested in one _____ court
Congress has the power to…
Congress has the power to…
______ is defined as levying war against the us or aiding its enemies
Where do revenue bills originate?
The number of senators and representatives in each state is equal to the number of _________
Congress assembles once every ____
The Senate has the sole power to ____ all impeachment
Senators and Representatives are paid out of the ________________
States cannot implement _____________on exports without the consent of Congress
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A treason conviction requires ________
There are ___ Senators for every state
The president is ________of the Army and Navy
Congress has the power to…
who has the power to decide the punishment for treason?
Article II discusses the ____________
A presidential term is _______ years
When crimes are not committed in any state, _____ decides where to hold the trial
Congress has the power to…
The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by _____
In the case of a presidential vacancy the ________will assume the position of president
Members of the House of Representatives are elected every _________
_______________ will not be suspended unless there is an immediate threat on the country
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The president must have been a resident of the United State for _______years
In cases of diplomats, public ministers and consuls, and cases in which the state is a party, the supreme court has _______
Congress has the power to…
No office holding official is to accept any type of present or title from any foreign nation without the consent of______________
A Representative must be at least ___ years old
The president may appoint ___________judges
If the president vetoes a bill, Congress needs a __________ vote to overrule the presidents veto
Congress has the power to…
If convicted of Treason, Bribery, or other high crimes and Misdemeanors the president or vice-president may be_________
The House of Representatives has the sole power of ___________
The president must be at least ________years old
A treason conviction requires ________
Congress shall not favor one state over another in terms of ______________ regulation

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