Two houses in Congress were made. The Senate and House of Representatives.
A Senator's term is six Years long and a Representatives term is two years, and there are atleast 1 Representative per State.
There are 100 Senators in the United States, 2 for Each States. Senators are elected by classes and aren't all elected at the same time. Senators must be 35 years old to run.
During an impeachment trial, the Cheif of Justice presides over the proceedings. The Senate is the one who puts the President on trial and 2/3 members must be present to impeach him. The President cannot be jailed though
Congress meets at least once a year on the First Monday of December.
Groups are entitled to quorums. The House has the right to kick out a member of Congress with a 2/3 vote or all house.
The Department of Treasury has the right to collect taxes from Americans who have jobs. No Senator of Representative can have another job in Congress.
The House of Representatives has the right to make bills for revenue.
The President can veto or appeal a bill if they don't like it. 2/3 of the House of Representatives can overturn a Presidential veto though.
Congress has the power to set and receive taxes
The importation of slaves is legal in all states but by the year 1808, that would be prohibited
Any powers the State doesn't have, Congress takes all of those powers.
The person in charge of the Executive Branch is the President and he is in power for four years. He must be born in the United States and atleast 35 years old. If he dies or is removed during Presidency, the Vice President is in charge. They are inaugurated on the 20th of January.
The Commander in Cheif or the Army and Navy is the President. He can also appoint ambassadors, Judges of the Supreme Court, Ministers and Consuls, other offices of the United States, and make treaties.