|O is for Oversight|
The Senate is a very interesting and dynamic part of the U.S. Government. The different aspect of the Senate makes it so that it has the more power of the two houses in Congress. My reasons for claiming that is you have to look at how limited the rules are in the Senate. The simple fact that you can filibuster is a big piece of power that the Senate has over the House of Representatives. A single Senator can stall a bill for a good amount of time which will make it so that the opposing party that is pushing for a bill to be passed will be dropped from even being voted on.
|The U.S. Capitol Building|
The power of the Senate is a big part of the government and how it runs our Framers make it so that all of these things where put into the government so that there would be this check and balance in the government. This balance of power is a big part of the United States government and makes it so that we do have a free society. As far as whether the Senate is more power full then the House that is your own view.
“Other Expressed Powers (direct instruction)” learn.education2020.com/player/. 2007. 3/31/14.
“The Implied Powers (Direct Instruction)” learn.education2020.com/player/. 2007. 3/31/14.