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1. A two thirds majority vote of both houses will pass a bill over to the governor's veto.
A. True
B. False

2. If the house makes changes, the bill goes back to the original house for a veto.
A. True
B. False

3. Which action does not occur in a committee?
A. killing a bill
B. revising a bill
C. signing a bill into law
D. holding public hearing

4. How long is the term of south Carolina state senators?
A. 2 years.
B. 4 years.
C. 6 years.
D. 8 years.

1. True
2. False.
3. C.
4. B.

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asked by Tori
  1. Are all of these questions about South Carolina?

  2. No. But the last one is

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  3. What states are the other ones about?

  4. Your answer for number 4 is right.

  5. I think they all are about South Carolina, sorry.

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  6. Are the others right?

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  7. Yes, your other answers are also right.

  8. Thank you so much!!

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  9. You are very welcome.

  10. true
    true
    B
    A
    those are your answers

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