What is an example of a delegated power of the national government?

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  1. see article I, II, III

  2. A delegated power is a power given only to a specific arm of government.

    The U.S. House of Representatives has the delegated power to impeach

    The U.S. Senate has the delegated power to confirm treaties the U.S. enters into with other countries.

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