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Impeachment In addition to the Constitutional qualifications, one may become ineligible to federal office by being impeached by the House, convicted and removed from office by the Senate, and having the Senate add the "disqualification" term to the sentence. This is surely something done by the legislature but it is not done by passing a law. ...


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The President, Vice-President, Senators and Congressmen are the only elected federal officials, and their qualifications are described in the US Constitution (Art 1, Sect 2, Clause 1 & 2 for Representatives, Art 1, Sect 3, Clause 3 for Senators; Art. 2, Sect 1, Clause 5 for President). Congress cannot impose any other qualifications, see Powell v. ...


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A duly enacted federal statute or treaty passed after the interstate compact is entered into may supersede or abrogate provisions of the interstate compact, even if the interstate compact, on its face, says otherwise. This is mostly because: Federal law is supreme over state law, and A later enacted law or treaty may overrule any previously adopted law or ...


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That quote actually seems to be lifted from p.2 the 29-page response opposing the petition to substitute the US as defendant, namely THE UNITED STATES’ RESPONSE TO DEFENDANT MO BROOKS’S PETITION TO CERTIFY HE WAS ACTING WITHIN THE SCOPE OF HIS OFFICE OR EMPLOYMENT Case 1:21-cv-00586-APM Document 33 Filed 07/27/21 The full para where that appears (and the ...


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