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1.The bicameral organization of the Georgia legislature consists of ___

a. the House and Senate.

b. the Supreme Court and the governor.

c. districts and apportionment.

d. senior and junior members.****


2. Which of the following are true statements about the qualifications of state legislators? Choose all that apply.

a. Senators must be at least 21 years old.*******************

b. No one without a college degree may be a legislator.

c. Legislators must be Georgia residents for at least two years.***************

d. Legislators may serve any number of terms.


3. How is the number of constituents represent by each district decided?

a. by country boundary

b. through geographic boundaries such as rivers

c. by political party

d. through apportionment****


4. Why is the work session for legislators 40 days?

a. Legislators were meant to hold other jobs, not to be career politicians.*****

b. State business takes a short time to complete.

c. It gives legislators time to campaign for re-election.

d. It allows representatives to work closely with lobbyists after the session ends.


Am I correct? :)

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  1. You are wrong on 1, I don't know 2, correct on 3 & 4. Look up the word "bicameral".

    posted by Reed
  2. 1. no
    2. one is wrong
    3. yes
    4. yes

    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. thank you guys!!

    posted by please help
  4. You are welcome.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. 1. A
    2. C, D
    3. D
    4. A
    4/4 100%
    Those are the correct answers because I JUST finished the quick check! Reading the GA History Textbook was REALLY helpful

    posted by Mariana W.
  6. Mariana W. is correct

    posted by Lara Mountainwood
  7. yeah shes right

    posted by Why is school a thing?

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