Government

the role of the house rules committee is played in the senate by the
a. president pro tempore
b. president of the senate
c. whip
d. majority floor leader

House leaders may use any of these calendars to schedule debate on a bill except:
A)Union Calendar
B)House Calendar
C)Congressional Calendar
D)private calendar

To which of the following does a full committee of the House report a bill?
a.a subcommittee
b.the Rules Committee
c.a conference committee
d.floor action

The arrow labeled X shows that some bills start in the House. Where would bills traveling along the arrow labeled Y have started from?
a.pressure groups
b.the Supreme Court
c.private citizens
d.the Senate

To which of the following does a subcommittee report a bill?
a.the Rules Committee
b.a conference committee
c.a full committee
d.floor action

Answers: C,A,D,B,B

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