Constitution Test

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Powers denied to Congress

Answer:
1)Congress cannot prohibit the importation of slaves after 1800
2)Congress cannot suspent writ of habeas corpus
3)Cannot issue bill of attainder or ex post facto law
4)No direct tax laid unless in proportion to census
5)No tax or duy on articles exported from state-state
6)No preference given to states in regulation of commerce
7)No money drawn from treasury (appropriations can be made by law but have to be properly documented)
8)No title of nobility, acceptance of present from monarchy can be given to a congress member

PEMSTAN: Preference, Ex Post Facto Law, Money (drawn from treasury), Slaves, Tax, Attainder (Bill of), Nobility

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