The federal government shall have no powers beyond those specifically enumerated in the Constitution or absolutely required for the enforcement of those enumerated powers.
The general welfare and commerce clauses do not give the federal government any powers beyond those specifically expressed elsewhere in the Constitution.
All commitments and liabilities of the United States must be honored and paid out either immediately or in their due course. No new commitments or liabilities from unconstitutional programs may be added after the ratification of this amendment.
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