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2 Notes The Powers of the Presidency 1) What are the expressed powers of the Presidency (Hippocampus Video on the Expressed Roles of the President) 2) The implied powers of the Presidency ha e chan!ed o er time and chan!e each time a new President is elected" Research the #imits of Presidential (also pay attention to the part in the ideo a$o e where the President has to %share power&) Power and write a response with $ullet points which state your opinions on how limited a President's power should $e" () The President uses his ca$inet mem$ers to enforce the laws )on!ress sends him" *ill in the )hart +elow" ,se this lin-. The )a$inet / White House Cabinet Position 0ecretary of 0tate Name 1ason 2ander Picture Very Short Job Description )arries out the President's forei!n policies throu!h the 0tate 3epartment and the *orei!n 0er ice of the ,nited 0tates"

0ecretary of Treasury

1aco$ #ew

Responsible for promoting economic prosperity and ensuring the financial security of the United States.

0ecretary of 3efense

)huc- Ha!el

To plan, develop and execute policies that concern the military affairs and national security of the country.

4ttorney 5eneral

Eric Holder

Chief law enforcement officer in government, whether it be on the federal, state or local level. The attorney general also acts as the country's representative in legal matters and as the lead legal counsel for his government. law degree is re!uired to hold the "ob of attorney general. Responsible for managing issues involving conserving public lands li#e national par#s and administering programs relating to $ative mericans, las#a natives and native %awaiians.

0ecretary of 6nterior

0ally 1ewell

0ecretary of 4!riculture

Tom Vilsac-

strengthen the American agricultural economy, build vibrant rural communities and create new markets for the tremendous innovation of rural America.

0ecretary of )ommerce

Penny Prit7-er

Promotes 8o$ creation9 economic !rowth9 sustaina$le de elopment and impro ed standards of li in! for all 4mericans $y wor-in! in partnership with $usinesses9 uni ersities9 communities and our nation's wor-ers &rovides oversight for the entire department and guidance on the laws it enforces, and advises the president on labor issues, including stri#es and wor# shutdowns that could have a massive financial impact

0ecretary of #a$or

Thomas E" Pere7

0ecretary Health and Human 0er ices

2athleen 0e$elius

to protect the health of all merican citi'ens and providing essential human services, especially for those who are unable to help themselves

0ecretary of Housin! and ,r$an 3e elopment

0haun 3ono an

responsible for programs concerned with the Nation's housing needs, fair housing opportunities, and improvement and development of the Nation's communities.
oversees the formulation of national transportation policy and promotes intermodal transportation.

0ecretary of Transportation

4nthony *oxx

0ecretary of Ener!y

3r" Ernest :oni7

responsible for advancing the national, economic and energy security of the United States through the implementation of policies regarding nuclear power, fossil fuels and alternative energy sources.

0ecretary of Education

4rne 3uncan

The agency of the federal government that establishes policy for, administers and coordinates most federal assistance to education responsible for providing vital services to America’s veterans. VA provides health care services, benefits programs and access to national cemeteries to former military personnel and their dependants.

0ecretary of Veteran 4ffairs

Eric 2" 0hinse-i

0ecretary of Homeland 0ecurity

1eh )harles 1ohnson

to counter terrorism and enhance security, secure and manage our borders while facilitating trade and travel, enforce and administer our immigration laws, safeguard and secure cyberspace, build resilience to disasters, and provide essential support for national and economic security - in coordination with federal, state, local, international and private sector partners.