Article I of the Constitution defines the role of Congress, the federal legislative branch. Section 4 gives defines how elections are held for Congress. Section 5 defines powers and duties of the House of Representatives and Senate; Section 6 defines the rights of members, and Section 7 defines the legislative process.
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Article I of the Constitution defines the role of Congress, the federal legislative branch. Section 1 gives legislative powers to a bicameral Congress. Section 2 defines the roles and responsibilities of the House of Representatives; Section 3 defines the basic role of the Senate.
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