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Congress sets the rules for becoming a citizen, which is called this:
a) emigration b) immigration c) naturalization d) refugee
Article I sets the rules for the branch of government:
a) Legislative b) Executive c) Judicial d) State
Congress can sell these to the public to borrow money:
a) parking spaces b) stocks c) savings accounts d) bonds
Congress is prohibited from taxing this:
a) sales b) exports c) imports d) luxury items
Congress has the sole power to:
a) Review laws b) Make treaties c) Declare war d) Propose a budget
Congress has the sole power to create this:
a) federal court system b) executive agreements c) election schedules d) Constitutional amendments
Congress has the power to regulate this, which means the buying and selling of goods and service:
a) loaning b) borrowing c) taxation d) interstate commerce
Congress has the sole power to protect the rights of inventors to their ideas and inventions, so these are issued:
a) patents b) certificates c) notifications d) militias
Congress cannot pass a law that makes an act a crime after it has been committed, which is called this type of law:
a) bill of attainder b) ex post facto c) pro bono d) much wrongo
The name for the powers specifically written in Article I are called these types of powers:
a) national b) local c) reserved d) enumerated
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