Elastic Clause of the Constitution?

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The elastic clause is a clause in the Constitution of the United States of America. The elastic clause is otherwise known as the necessary and proper clause. The elastic clause (the necessary and proper clause) is one of the most powerful clauses in the U.S. Constitution. The elastic clause (the necessary and property clause) makes it to where all laws must be absolutely necessary and proper in order to carry out any kind of foreign powers.
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The Necessary-and-Proper Clause AKA; Elastic Clause, the Basket Clause, the Coefficient Clause, and the Sweeping Clause is in. Article One of the United States Constitution, section
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Elastic Clause is found in Article I, Section VIII of the
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The elastic clause is important because it allows congress to pass laws accordint to the United States Constitution. It gives congress the ability to govern the nation and decide
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Thanks for your question, Jannel. Here we go: In Article I Section 8 of the US Constitution lies the "enumerated powers" of Congress. The last of which is what is referred
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