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What did the Supreme Court hold in U.S. Term Limits v. Thornton (1995)?
A state cannot limit the number of terms a member of Congress can serve. The qualifications for holding a seat in Congress are outlined in the Constitution. A state cannot amend these qualifications on its own.
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What did the Supreme Court hold in McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)?
Landmark case defining what the "necessary and proper" clause means. Congress may do those things which are appropriately adapted to carrying out enumerated powers and not prohibited by the Constitution. Necessary does not mean absolutely necessary. For example, Congress may charter a bank.