OpenStudy (anonymous):

Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) (02.04 LC) The "elastic clause" in the U.S. Constitution protects the power of state governments to make laws needed to run the states grants Congress the power to make laws needed to operate the national government limits the power of Congress to create new laws without the consent of the states limits the power of the president by requiring Congress to review all executive orders

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

The glossary in my textbook defines the elastic clause "also known as the necessary and proper clause, it allows the US government to make laws that are considered 'necessary and proper' that are not directly given in the constitution".

2 years ago
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