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Arvin Khachikian

Fahad
AP Government
8/17/16
Constitution Scavenger Hunt
1. A representative must be at least 25 years old to be elected.
2. A representative is required to be a citizen for at least 7 years.
3. Senators were originally chosen by state legislature and through
direct popular election.
4. A senator must be a minimum age of 30 to be elected.
5. Both a senator and a representative must live in the state they
represent.
6. A senator is required to have at least 9 years of citizenship.
7. The president of the Senate is the vice-president, currently Joe
Biden, and he can vote to dismantle ties.
8. The House of Representatives must vote for impeachment and the
Senate has the power to impeach once 2/3 of the Senate agrees.
9. The senate has the power to have the trials for impeachment.
10. 2/3 is the necessary amount of people in the Senate required to
proceed with the impeachment.
11. The House of Representatives concerns over the origin of bills that
regard taxing.
12. 2/3 of both the House and Senate are required to veto a law.
13. When the bill isnt returned on 10 days, the law takes place unless
congress decides to veto it.
14. Enumerated powers of Congress consist of borrowing money,
uniform rule of naturalization, coin money, regulate commerce,
establish post offices, declare war and punish counter fitters.
15. In order to be eligible to be appointed President, one must be a
minimum of 35 years old.
16. It is determined by as many senators and representatives in
congress each state has.
17. 3 Constitutional powers given to the president are commander in
chief, pardons, make treaties, and appoint judges.
18. Senate must approve the treaty by a 2/3 vote.
19. A president can be impeached for bribery, treason, and other high
crimes.
20. Congress decides how many federal courts we have.
21. Types of cases Congress would have jurisdiction to hear cases are
laws of the US, treaties, ambassadors, and maritime jurisdiction.
22. Article 4 explains the relationship of the states to one another and
to the national government.
23. Potential states may not be accepted if it is already of another
state

24. 2/3 of the house is required to propose a new amendment.


25. of the state must approve the new amendment.
26. Federal law predominates if there are any conflicts between laws.
27. Not aliasing one with a religious background is forbidden for public
office.
28. 9 states were required to ratify the Constitution.
29. Amendment 26 in 1971 made it able for 18 year olds to vote.
30. The 8th amendment out rules the use of cruel and unusual
punishments
31. The 13th amendment in 1865 abolished slavery.
32. The 6th amendment prevents the suing of one citizen from another
state to another.
33. The 15th amendment stated that states couldnt deny voting based
on race.
34. The 22nd amendment limited the terms a president could serve to
2.
35. The 4th amendment allows the use of a search warrant to search
ones property
36. The 16th amendment gave the power to the government to impose
income tax.
37. The 25th amendment established what to do in case the president
is incapacitated and cant perform his duties.

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