What Does the Elastic Clause Allow Congress to Do?


The Elastic Clause allows Congress to do whatever it must to carry out its power. It is also known as the Necessary and Proper Clause and it grants Congress the ability to do things not strictly allowed by the constitution. An example is when Alexander Hamilton used the clause to create the First National Bank.
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