US Consitution

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Article 1 createes thefirst of the 3 branches of the government. Section 1 createes the name of the Legislature to be The Congress is a two-part body. Section 2 explains the House of Representatives. It createes a the minimum requirements, like25yrs old limit, and says that the people themselves will elect the members for 2 yrs each. The members of the House are divided among the states according to size giving the more populous states more representatives in the House. The leader is the Speaker of the House, chosen by the members. Section 3 defines the Senate. It shows some minimum requirements, like the 30 yr age limit. They serve for 6 yrs each. Each state has the exact same number of Senators, 2 each, no matter the population. This Section introduces the Vice Pres., who is the leader of the Senate. He doesn't vote unless there is a tie. Section 4 says that each state may create its own methods for electing members of the Congress, and mandates, or requires, that Congress must meet at least once per year. Section 5 says that Congress must have a minimum number of members present in order to meet, and that it may set fines for people who do not show up. Section 6 createes that members of Congress will be paid, that they cannot be detained while traveling to and from Congress, that they cannot hold any other office in the government while in the Congress. Section 7 details how bills become law. First, any bill for raising money must start out in the House. All bills must pass both houses of Congress in the exact same form. Bills that pass both houses are sent to the President. He can either sign the bill to be a law or he can veto it. If he vetoes it, the bill is sent back to Congress, and if both houses pass it by a 2/3 majority, the bill becomes law over the President’s veto. Section 8 lists specific powers of Congress, including the power to create and maintain an army and navy, to create post offices, to create courts, to…