"Expressed powers," are powers granted to the government mostly found in Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution within 18 clauses. Expressed powers, also known as the "enumerated powers," include the power to coin m... More »

Implied powers are authoritative actions that aren't specifically granted to Congress in the Constitution but are considered necessary to fulfill governmental duties. For example, the Constitution allows Congress to rais... More »

The expressed powers of the president are those powers specifically granted to him by the United States Constitution. The expressed powers of the president are detailed in Article 2 of the United States Constitution. More »

A list of the expressed powers of Congress, that is, those powers expressly enumerated or granted by Article I, Section 8 of the United States Constitution, can be found in the Model Congress section of Princeton Univers... More »

A Section 8 tenant is a low-income tenant who receives a government housing voucher. Local housing authorities receive funds from the federal government and disburse them directly to landlords of Section 8 tenants. More »

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In Louisiana, people can apply for Section 8 housing by contacting the designated HUD housing authority or government department for their area. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Housing and Communit... More »

Lifeline phone service applicants must meet low income requirements or participate in other government assistance programs such as Medicaid or Section 8 housing. Eligible household income must equal 135 percent or less o... More »

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