According to the University of Texas, delegated powers consist of the powers that the U.S. Constitution grants to the federal government. The U.S. Constitution grants separate powers to the states. More »

Five powers delegated to Congress include laying and collecting taxes, declaration of war, to constitute tribunals, to regulate commerce and maintaining of the army, according to Cornell University. Delegated powers are ... More »

Examples of delegated powers include the power to regulate commerce with foreign nations, to collect taxes, to borrow money on behalf of the United States, to declare war and to enter treaties. The delegation of power re... More »

The delegated powers granted to the federal government by the United States Constitution are enumerated powers, implied powers and inherent powers. These powers are spelled out in Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constit... More »

The Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution delegates powers outside of the limits of the federal government to state governments or to individual citizens. This amendment is notorious for expressing the reserved powers... More »

The three powers given to the federal government are legislative, executive and judicial. The legislative branch, which comprises the Senate and the House of Representatives, hold the legislative powers. Together, the Se... More »

The 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gave the federal government the right to levy an income tax. Congress passed the 16th Amendment on July 2, 1909, and it was ratified or approved on Feb. 3, 1913. More » Government & Politics US Government The Constitution