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1. The legislature is often referred to as “the first branch of government.” (1 point)
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False
2. The total membership of the legislature is 220 members. (1 point)
True
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3. Legislatures are responsible for overseeing the executive branch. (1 point)
True👈
False
4. A person must be at least 25 years of age to serve in the House or Senate. (1 point)
True
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5. A candidate for the state legislature must be a U.S. citizen. (1 point)
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False
6. A candidate for the state legislature must be a resident of Georgia. (1 point)
True👈
False
7. The Georgia state legislature meets 100 days each year. (1 point)
True
False👈
8. Every five years, the state counts its population and redraws district boundaries based on changes in population. (1 point)
True
False👈

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  2. so i did the test and i got 100% on the practice thank you so much htsrhtdyjy

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