what does the necessary & proper clause have to do with equality?
What does the necessary and proper clause have in common with equality?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
the necessary and proper clause states that the federal government has implied powers besides the powers given to them by the constitution. many people may say that this puts more power into the government's hands and less into the people, which has a lot to do with the debate over equalitySource(s): AP Gov