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Article 1 of the US Constitution - Legislative Branch

Article One of the United States Constitution establishes the legislative branch of the federal government, the United States Congress.


Section 1: Legislative power vested in Congress


Section 2: House of Representatives



2.1 Clause 1: Composition and election of Members


2.2 Clause 2: Qualifications of Members


2.3 Clause 3: Apportionment of Representatives and taxes.

2.4 Clause 4: Vacancies

2.5 Clause 5: Speaker and other officers; Impeachment


Section 3: Senate



3.1 Clause 1: Composition; Election of Senators


3.2 Clause 2: Classification of Senators; Vacancies


3.3 Clause 3: Qualifications of Senators

3.4 Clause 4: Vice President as President of Senate; Voting power

3.5 Clause 5: President pro tempore and other officers


3.6 Clause 6: Trial of Impeachments


3.7 Clause 7: Judgment in cases of impeachment; Punishment on conviction


Section 4: Congressional elections



4.1 Clause 1: Time, place, and manner of holding


4.2 Clause 2: Sessions of Congress


Section 5: Procedure



5.1 Clause 1: Qualifications of Members


5.2 Clause 2: Rules


5.3 Clause 3: Record of proceedings


5.4 Clause 4: Adjournment


Section 6: Compensation, privileges, and restrictions on holding civil office



6.1 Clause 1: Compensation and legal protection


6.2 Clause 2: Independence from the executive


Section 7: Bills



7.1 Clause 1: Bills of revenue


7.2 Clause 2: From bills to law


7.3 Clause 3: Presidential veto


Section 8: Powers of Congress



8.1 Enumerated powers


8.2 Commerce Clause


8.3 Other powers of Congress


8.4 Necessary and Proper clause


Section 9: Limits on Congress



9.1 Slave trade


9.2 Civil and legal protections


9.3 Apportionment of direct taxes


9.4 Titles of nobility


Section 10: Limits on the States


10.1 Clause 1: Contracts Clause


10.2 Clause 2: Import-Export Clause


10.3 Clause 3: Compact Clause

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