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1. What is a main difference in powers among the branches of the federal government?
A. whether its officers can be impeached
B. the length of terms of office
C. the ability to pass laws without the consent of other branches
D. whether they make new laws or work with existing ones***

2. Which of the following correctly orders the steps by which a bill becomes a law?
A. Congress approves bill, president approves bill, committee approves bill
B. committee approves bill, Congress approves bill, president approves bill***
C. committee approves bill, president approves bill, Congress approves bill
D. president approves bill, Congress approves bill, committee approves bill

3. Which of the following is most likely the reason that the U.S. Constitution requires so many steps in the impeachment process?
A. The framers tried to discourage the president from vetoing too many laws
B. The framers wanted to make sure that presidents could never be removed from office
C. The framers did not trust Congress to make good laws
D. The framers wanted to ensure that presidents were not removed from office unfairly***

4. Which of these is not a power of the president?
A. make laws***
B. veto laws
C. oversee the military
D. make official appointments

Bonjour! here are thee final answers

1. D

2. B

3. D

4. A

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