American government

A filibuster to block a vote on a bill is possible

a.Only in the house, which is almost unrestrained.

b.Only in the senate, which is almost unrestrained.

c.Mostly in the house, but occasionally in the senate.

d.Mostly in the senate, but occasionally in the house.

Unlike a joint committee, a conference committee

a.Works out a compromise bill between the house and senate versions of a bill

b.Is composed of members of both houses

c.Is set up to serve a temporary purpose

d.Is inverstigative in nature

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  1. We'll be glad to check your answers.

    https://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/common/briefing/Filibuster_Cloture.htm

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    Ms. Sue
  2. C and B

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  3. The first one is B. The second one is C. Just swap up Robert's answers.

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  4. These are the amswers for the practice for Unit 3 Lesson 9
    1) B
    2) A
    3) A
    4) C
    5) B
    6) A
    7) C
    8) D
    9) D
    10) A
    11) B
    12) C
    13) D
    14) C
    15) C
    16) B
    17) A
    18) D
    19) B
    20) C
    I just took the practice. These are 100% correct!

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  5. @Joy is 100% correct just took the practice and made 20/20 100% thanks

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  6. Joy Is Correct THANKS 20/20 100% YAY!!!

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  7. Joy is right. thanks

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  8. Do u also have the test ANSWERE in Google forms also

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  9. Lesson 9: The Legislative Branch Unit Review

    American Government Unit 3: The Legislative Branch

    Lesson 9, Unit 3.

    The Legislative Branch - Voice of the People Practice

    1. A filibuster to block a vote on a bill is possible (1 point)

    (Circle) only in the House, which is almost unrestrained.

    (Filled circle) only in the Senate, which is almost unrestrained.

    (Circle) mostly in the House, but occasionally in the Senate.

    (Circle) mostly in the Senate, but occasionally in the House.

    2. Unlike a joint committee, a conference committee (1 point)

    (Filled circle) works out a compromise bill between the House and Senate versions of a bill.

    (Circle) is composed of members of both houses.

    (Circle) is set up to serve a temporary purpose.

    (Circle) is investigative in nature.

    3. Select the correct order of steps that a bill introduced in the House of Representatives must take in order to become law.

    (Filled Circle) introduce law; send bill to committee, hold hearings; send revised bill to the floor to debate; quorum of representatives support the bill and majority passes; send to Senate; send approved bill to the president; president signs the bill

    (Circle) introduce law; hold hearings; send revised bill to the floor to debate; send revised bill to the floor to debate; send revised bill to Senate; bill is filibustered; quorum of representatives support the bill and majority passes; send approved bill to the president; president signs the bill

    (Circle) introduce law; send to committee, hold hearings; send revised bill to the floor to debate; majority of representatives support the bill; send approved bill to the president; president signs the bill

    (Circle) introduce law; send to committee; committee pigeonholes the bill and majority passes; send to Senate; send approved bill to the president; president signs the bill

    4. In both the House and Senate, a bill introduced by a member is next (1 point)

    (Circle) given a number.

    (Circle) scheduled for floor debate.

    (Filled Circle) sent to a standing committee.

    (Circle) sent to the president.

    5. Through which process are states assigned the number of representatives they are entitled to after the census? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) gerrymandering

    (Filled Circle) reapportionment

    (Circle) redaction

    (Circle) redistricting

    6. Drawing congressional district boundaries to the advantage of the party in power in the legislature is called which of the following? ( 1 point)

    (Filled Circle) gerrymandering

    (Circle) reapportionment

    (Circle) redaction

    (Circle) redistricting

    7. What is the minimum age requirement for a candidate for the House of Representatives? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) 18

    (Circle) 21

    (Filled Circle) 25

    (Circle) 30

    8. What is the minimum age requirement for a candidate for the Senate? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) 18

    (Circle) 21

    (Circle) 25

    (Filled Circle) 30

    9. Who is the person next in line for the presidency after the vice president? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) majority leader of the Senate

    (Circle) president of the Senate

    (Circle) secretary of state

    (Filled Circle) Speaker of the House

    10. Which of the following is the most powerful figure in the Senate? ( 1 point)

    (Filled Circle) majority leader

    (Circle) majority whip

    (Circle) president

    (Circle) president pro tempore

    11. Which of the following is a true statement about the power of Congress? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) Congress may overrule the Bill of Rights.

    (Filled Circle) Congress may pass any law necessary and proper to carry out its enumerated powers.

    (Circle) Congress may overrule decisions by federal judges.

    (Circle) Congress may overrule a presidential veto by a simple majority vote.

    12. Who elects the president should the Electoral College fail to do so? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) Congress

    (Circle) courts

    (Filled Circle) House of Representatives

    (Circle) Senate

    13. What is a congressional committee that deals with subjects on a continuing basis from one session to the next? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) conference committee

    (Circle) joint committee

    (Circle) select committee

    (Filled Circle) standing committee

    14. When the president nominates a candidate for the Supreme Court, that nomination must be confirmed by which of the following? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) House of Representatives

    (Circle) House of Representatives and the Senate

    (Filled Circle) Senate

    (Circle) state legislatures

    15. What is a committee that studies an issue for a limited time for some specific purpose? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) joint committee

    (Circle) conference committee

    (Filled Circle) select committee

    (Circle) standing committee

    16. What is a resolution of Congress that has the force of law? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) concurrent resolution

    (Filled Circle) joint resolution

    (Circle) legal resolution

    (Circle) simple resolution

    17. Which describes the process of defeating a bill through the use of unlimited debate in the Senate? ( 1 point)

    (Filled Circle) filibuster

    (Circle) germane

    (Circle) quorum

    (Circle) table

    18. What is an amendment to a bill in the Senate that has nothing to do with the subject pf the bill? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) cloture

    (Circle) filibuster

    (Circle) germane

    (Filled Circle) rider

    19. Which amendment changed the election of senators from state legislatures to direct, popular vote? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) sixteenth Amendment

    (Filled Circle) Seventeenth Amendment

    (Circle) Eighteenth Amendment

    (Circle) Nineteenth Amendment

    20. Read the followed excerpt from the textbook:

    Congress does not have an unlimited power to tax. As with all other powers, the taxing power must be used in accord with all other provisions of the Constitution.

    Which one of the following is an example of a tax that would violate the Constitution? ( 1 point)

    (Circle) an increase in income taxes

    (Circle) a tax on tobacco or alcohol

    (Filled Circle) a tax on religious services

    (Circle) a tax on parts of the interstate highway system

    Word Answers:

    1. only in the House, but occasionally in the Senate.

    2. works out a compromise bill between the House and Senate versions of a bill.

    3. introduce law; send bill to committee, hold hearings; send revised bill to the floor to debate; quorum of representatives support the bill and majority passes; send to Senate; send approved bill to the president; president signs the bill

    4. sent to a standing committee.

    5. reapportionment

    6. gerrymandering

    7. 25

    8. 30

    9. Speaker of the House

    10. majority leader

    11. Congress may pass any law necessary and proper to carry out its enumerated powers.

    12. House of Representatives

    13. standing committee

    14. Senate

    15. select committee

    16. joint resolution

    17. filibuster

    18. rider

    19. Seventeenth Amendment

    20. a tax on religious services

    Letter Answers:

    1. B

    2. A

    3. A

    4. C

    5. B

    6. A

    7. C

    8. D

    9. D

    10. A

    11. B

    12. C

    13. D

    14. C

    15. C

    16. B

    17. A

    18. D

    19. B

    20. C

    You're welcome. ;3

    By the way! Go show Joy some love & without Joy's answers I wouldn't have passed so, thank you so much Joy! <3

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  10. u took time on this, respecc

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  11. also when you get 20/20 in 2020

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  12. last 2 on joy is incorrect for Connexus

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  13. For 2021
    1) ?
    2)A
    3)A
    4)C
    5)B
    6)A
    7)C
    8)D
    9)D
    10)A
    11)B
    12)C
    13)D
    14)C
    15)C
    16)B
    17)A
    18)D
    19)B
    20)C
    I got #1 wrong but the rest are correct so I got a 95

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