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Expressed powers are those that are specifically granted in the Constitution. held by both the federal government and the states. considered the basis for the “necessary and proper” clause. inferior compared to powers directly given by Congress

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    The glossary in my textbook defines expressed powers as "Powers specifically given to congress in... the U.S. Constitution".

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