Examples of Delegated Powers?

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The Delegated Powers of Congress refer to 19 powers that were established in Section 8 of the Article 1 of the United States Constitution. An example of a delegated power is to borrow money on the credit of the United States. Another example is to provide and maintain a Navy. For more examples, check .
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