1. government

    which of the following is a way a bill can become a law without the president's signature a. the president delegates the signing of a bill to the vice president b. the president waits until the congress is not in session c. the president fails to act on
  2. american government

    2. which of the following reflects a difference between debate on the House and the Senate floors? A. debate in the senate has very few restraints B. the minority party in the senate manages debate on the floor. C. representatives in the house may
  3. Civics

    The president of the United States is the head of the executive branch and plays a large role in making America's laws. His job is to approve the laws that Congress creates. When both chambers have approved a bill, they send it to the president. In order
  4. US GOV

    Which of the following statements concerning the Twenty-fifth Amendment is incorrect? a. It allows the vice president to serve as acting president in the case of presidential disability. b. It allows the vice president alone to declare the president
  5. Civics

    "Every bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the senate, shall, before it became law, be presented to the president of the united states: If he approval he shall sign it, but if he shall not return it, with his objections to that
  6. Civics

    If the president has vetoed a bill passed by congress, what can congress do about it? Appeal to the supreme court to override the president's veto *** Encourage the American people to vote that bill onto law at the next decision. Override the veto with a
  7. Civics

    6.   If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, who takes over as president?  A. President pro tempore of the Senate B. Attorney general C. Speaker of the House D. Secretary of state "In the case that the
  8. Executive Branch > Check Answers

    1. Of the three types of independent agencies, which one operates much like a private business? government corporations* 2. Suppose the president were hurt badly, and was unable to inform the Vice President that he could not discharge the power and duties
  9. Us Government

    a) Identify two express powers of the president b) what are the express powers of the Vice Presiden? c)Identify two express powers of Congree. a)commander in cheif and I wasn't sure about the second one b)I couldn't finad anything about the Vice President
  10. government

    who becomes acting president if the president is disabled a. the speaker of the house b. the president pro tempore of the senate c. a candidate nominated by the president d. the vice president d
  11. Social studies

    which of the following is an accurate example of exercising legislative power? A. the president signing a bill into law B.the election of representatives to congress C. the senate voting on a bill D. the supreme court deciding a law is unconstitutional
  12. Social studies

    which of the following is an accurate example of exercising legislative power? A. the president signing a bill into law B.the election of representatives to congress C. the senate voting on a bill D. the supreme court deciding a law is unconstitutional
  13. Social Studies

    1. Laws begin with ideas that come from Representatives or from a ordinary citizen. Then the citizen writes to their local senator or rep. 2. The bill goes to the Senate were they do a discussion and vote. If more than half of the Senate approves the bill
  14. history

    what is the path a bill must take to become a law? A.) the house or senate introduces a bill, and if both houses approve it and the president signs it, the bill becomes a law. B.) the president proposes a bill, and if the house approves and signs it, the
  15. History

    How did John Calhoun react to the Tariff of 1828? A. He used his power as Vice President to influence President Jackson to oppose the tariff. B. He led a charge to impose sticker regulations on the second bank of the United States. C. He devised a force
  16. American Government

    3. Which of the following statements about the president's judicial powers are true? Select all that apply. A- The president's amnesty power pardons those who have violated the law. B- The president's can pardon himself from impeachment C- The president's
  17. American Government

    What official becomes president if the president and vice president died at the same time? A. Chief Justice. B. President pro tempore of the Senate. C. Secretary of State. D. Speaker of the House of Representatives.***
  18. social studies

    Which of the following actions is a check by the executive branch on the actions of the legislative branch? 1. The Senate votes against a treaty made by the President. 2. The President vetoes a bill passed by congress. 3. A federal court declares a
  19. GOVERNMENT

    Name three presidents who signed the civil rights acts? Two are Lyndon Johnson, Dwight Eisenhower, and I can't find the other. I thought it was Kennedy but he died before. For a list of when congressional acts regarding civil rights were signed by a
  20. Math, Data Management

    A President and Vice- President for a school council are chosen from a hat with the names of all 12 members in the hat. Determine the probability that Nisha and Anne are chosen as President and Vice- President respectively. Answer Provided: 1/132.
  21. Government

    Which of the following is a true statement about the power of congress? A. Congress may overrule the bill of rights B. Congress may pass any law necessary and proper to carry out it enumerated powers C. Congress may overrule decisions by federal judges D.
  22. Government

    True or false The heads of the executive departments form the Executive Office of the president. I think it's false. Am I right? A president's threat to grant amnesty can sometimes convince Congress to make changes in a bill to satisfy the President's
  23. SS

    How is the number of Electoral College seats per state determined? (1 point) by the number of party delegates assigned to the state by the total number of House and Senate representatives by the traditional number assigned under the 12th Amendment by
  24. Civics

    To become a law, typically a bill must be approved by: a. The House of Representatives, the Senate, and the President b. The House of Representatives c. The Senate d. The Supreme Court I chose Letter A, but someone how my teacher said it was incorrect. I
  25. History

    To become a law, typically a bill must be approved by: a. The House of Representatives, the Senate, and the President b. The House of Representatives c. The Senate d. The Supreme Court I chose Letter A, but someone how my teacher said it was incorrect. I
  26. math

    im having problems with these word problems. A bill is sent to the President of the United States when it has passed both houses of Congress. A majority vote in both the House of Representatives (435 members) and the Senate (100 members) is needed for the
  27. social study

    suppose the president vettoed a bill passed by congress according to the information which of the following actions by congress would most likely ensure that the bill will become law?
  28. social studies

    supposed a president vetoed a bill passed by congress according to the information which of the following actions by congress would most likely ensure that the bill will become a law
  29. Discrete Math

    3. A club with 8 women and 6 men needs to choose two different members to be president and vice president (combination or permutation). a. In how many ways is this possible? b. In how many ways is this possible if women will be chosen as president and a
  30. social studies

    Which of the following is an example of how the Constitution sets up a balance of powers between the three branches of government? The president is the commander-in-chief of the military, but Congress must declare war. The president is elected for
  31. History

    Which of the following is an example of the president's power of recognition? A:The president recognizes the Senate's approval of a treaty B:The president receives foreign diplomats*** C:The president approves another country's political system D:The
  32. Math

    your class is electing a vice president. how many ways a president and and a vice president be seleteced 25
  33. American History

    “There cannot be a great vice president. A great man may occupy the office, but there is no way for him to become a great vice president because the office in itself is almost wholly unimportant.” —former Vice President John Nance Garner, Collier’s
  34. Civics

    To become a law, typically a bill must be approved by: a. The House of Representatives, the Senate, and the President b. The House of Representatives c. The Senate d. The Supreme Court I chose Letter A, but someone how my teacher said it was incorrect. I
  35. Constitution

    Which case gives Congress the most authority under the Commerce Clause? A. U.S. v. Lopez B. Wickard v. Filburn C. U.S. v. Morrison is it B 2. Who possesses the authority to suspend habeas corpus? A. Congress B. President C. Both Congress and the president
  36. GOVERNMENT

    Please help. I'm trying to figure these True or False questions. A President's threat to grant amnesty can sometimes convince Congress to make changes in a bill to satisfy the President's objections. T or F I think it's true. Am I right? As the nation has
  37. government

    if the offices of both president and vice president become vacant, who becomes president? a. speaker of the house b. secretary of state c. secretary of defense d. president pro tempore of the state d.
  38. History

    Which term is applied to a legislator who introduces a bill? president pro tempore sponsor of the bill < ? proponent of the bill director of the bill Who carries out the roles of chief diplomat, commander in chief, and chief executive in the United
  39. Civics

    Which of the following is the best example of the idea of "separation of powers" in the American constitutional system? A.The president appoints judges, but legislators get elected.** B. The process for creating laws involves Congress and the president.**
  40. Civics

    Which of the following is the best example of the idea of "separation of powers" in the American constitutional system? A.The president appoints judges, but legislators get elected.** B. The process for creating laws involves Congress and the president.**
  41. math

    Leila, Larry, and Cindy are running for 12th grade class offices. They will be named to the positions of president, vice-president, and secretary according to the number of votes each receives. The person with the most votes will be president, the person
  42. Economics

    A vice president of a company argues that the president of the company should raise workers’ wages if the president wants less absenteeism. The president says that wages probably should be cut so that the workers could not afford to miss so much work.
  43. American Goverment

    A foreign policy president tends to be stronger than a domestic policy president because (Points : 1) presidents usually have stronger foreign policy backgrounds. Congress has more public support domestically and less internationally than the President.
  44. history

    the aim that Congress had in passing the War Powers Act was to a. give the President more power in using American forces overseas b. forbid the President from ever sending American forces overseas c. limit the President's emergency powers in sending troops
  45. AMERICAN GOVERMENT CCA

    Which of the following represents one of congress's electoral powers? A) the senate elects a president if the house cannot reach a consenus on a candidate B) The house elects a president if no candidate receives a majority of electoral votes C)The house
  46. Social Studies

    Why did political tensions increase after the election of 1796? A. Jefferson lost support from farmers abandoned his ideals B. The elected president and vice president were from opposing parties** C. Adams was out raged he did not get to choose his vice
  47. History

    1) Why was George Washington cautious in all he did as the nation's first president? 1 - Laws he established as president were not reviewed by advisers, so there was no room for error. 2 - There was no vice president who could assume the role of president
  48. English

    When I type President Bill Clinton in a sentence does president need to be capitalized?
  49. CHECK MY ANSWERS American Government

    CHECK my answers. they are all below 1. Which of the following represents one of Congress’s electoral powers? (1 point) The Senate elects a president if the House cannot reach a consensus on a candidate. The House elects a president if no candidate
  50. government

    if the offices of both president and vice president become vacant, who becomes president a. speaker of the house b. secretary of state c. secretary of defense c
  51. U.S. History 1865

    Can someone please help me with this question? Why was the Bank War significant? Why did the Bank War reinforce and justify the two-party system? Here is what I have so far: During the year 1832 the Second Bank of the United States become very important to
  52. government

    the president can pocket veto a bill only if a. it was produced by a conference committee b. congress's session is ending c. congress does not send it to him d. it is a tax bill b or d. i think b.
  53. civics I

    once a bill is passed by congress and signed into law by the president can it be changed?
  54. Science

    The u.s. constitution provides that each of the three branches of the federal government has certain powers that can limit the powers of the other branches. These limitations are known as the system of checks and balances. Which of the following actions is
  55. government

    according to the president sucession act of 1947 , which of these officers follows the vice president in the line of presidential succession? A)speaker of the house B)secretary of state C)president pro tempore of the senate D) secretary of the treasury i
  56. government

    according to the president sucession act of 1947 , which of these officers follows the vice president in the line of presidential succession? A)speaker of the house B)secretary of state C)president pro tempore of the senate D) secretary of the treasury
  57. History

    "Congress has not declared war since ww2. In eight occasions since then however it has a natural joint resolutions to authorize the president to meet certain International crisis with military force" What is the strongest conclusion that can be drawn from
  58. civics

    Please check my answers! 1. The Nineteenth Amendment granted women the right to vote, but women had been fighting for years for this right. Before the Nineteenth Amendment was passed, which existing amendment could women have used to argue that they should
  59. congress and law

    Why hasn’t the president simply vetoed such laws since Congress was most often unable to override a veto? Will a line-item veto now give the president too much of an advantage over Congress?
  60. American History

    Which of the following occurred in the presidential election of 1800? Thomas Jefferson was elected president and John Adams became vice president. The House of Representatives had to decide the election. The Supreme Court ruled the election results were
  61. government

    what is the purpose of presidential primaries a. to help choose delegates to the parties' national conventions b. to choose members of the electoral college c. to elect a new president and vice president d. to elect state officials b or ...
  62. government

    what is the purpose of presidential primaries a. to help choose delegates to the parties' national conventions b. to choose members of the electoral college c. to elect a new president and vice president d. to elect state officials b or ...
  63. government

    which has not been a factor in the growth of presidential power a. the president's ability to take military action b. the president's clemency powers c. the president's ability to use the mass media d. the president's position as chief executive d.
  64. English - capitalization

    The president invited Senator Smith to the White House for a meeting before preparing his address to the United States congress. Which of the following is an error in capitalization in the sentence above? A. The word "House" should be lower case. B. The
  65. Data manegment

    From 7 candidates of which 4 are males and 3 are females,how many ways can the positions of president,vice-president and Treasurer be filled if the president must be female and the other two positions must be males.
  66. Civics

    1.   Suppose Bill HR612 is currently in Congress. One thing you know about this bill is that it  A. originated in the House of Representatives. B. has been vetoed by the president. C. has no riders attached. D. is currently in committee. A?
  67. quant

    The president of Pegasus Corporation is trying to decide which of three candidates (denoted as candidates A, B, and C) to hire as the firm’s new vice president of Marketing. The primary criteria the president is considering are each candidate’s
  68. goverment

    Which term is applied to a legislator who introduces a bill? president pro tempore sponsor of the bill proponent of the bill director of the bill B OR d
  69. history

    the twenty fifth amendment describes the sequence of events that would install the vice president as acting president against the will of the president. outline that sequence of events
  70. AP GOVT

    The 25th amendment describes the sequence of events that would install the vice president as acting president against the will of the president. Outline that sequence of events.
  71. American Government

    I need help on my American Government quiz.. Not looking for answers but for someone to see if mine are right, and if not, to help me out. Thanks! 1. When categorizing the Executive Offices of the President, what can you assume when noting the number of
  72. Civics

    8.   In addition to replacing the president if necessary, it's the duty of the vice president to  A. serve as Speaker of the House. B. preside over the Senate. C. review laws before the president signs them. D. serve as liaison to the judicial
  73. Social Studies

    Congress passes a bill- The president veto's a bill- congress overrides the presidential veto Which principle of U.S. government is illustrated in the sequence above? judicial review checks and balances popular sovereignty federalism is it a?
  74. Business

    what are the essential lessons to be gleaned from these writings? what does President Obama's speech mean to you? what about Bill Maxwell article? I'm suppose to write a lyceum for my first year seminar class using this topic based off the president speech
  75. Boolean Algebra

    In the country of Genovia, the president wants to ensure that the Monetary Committee can activate a device that opens the country’s safe. The safe system is to be activated by a device that obeys the following rules: Each member of the Monetary Committee
  76. Boolean Algebra

    In the country of Genovia, the president wants to ensure that the Monetary Committee can activate a device that opens the country’s safe. The safe system is to be activated by a device that obeys the following rules: Each member of the Monetary Committee
  77. Boolean Algebra

    In the country of Genovia, the president wants to ensure that the Monetary Committee can activate a device that opens the country’s safe. The safe system is to be activated by a device that obeys the following rules: Each member of the Monetary Committee
  78. Boolean Algebra

    In the country of Genovia, the president wants to ensure that the Monetary Committee can activate a device that opens the country’s safe. The safe system is to be activated by a device that obeys the following rules: Each member of the Monetary Committee
  79. Boolean Algebra

    In the country of Genovia, the president wants to ensure that the Monetary Committee can activate a device that opens the country’s safe. The safe system is to be activated by a device that obeys the following rules: Each member of the Monetary Committee
  80. Discreet MAth

    Describe the graph and why it is consistent with the matrix. How many simple paths are there from vertex 1 to vertex 5? Explain.Which is the shortest of those paths? Part II: Trees Construct and describe a tree that indicates the following: A college
  81. Discreet MAth

    Describe the graph and why it is consistent with the matrix. How many simple paths are there from vertex 1 to vertex 5? Explain.Which is the shortest of those paths? Part II: Trees Construct and describe a tree that indicates the following: A college
  82. Government

    A bill has been approved in the House and Senate, albeit in slightly different versions. The bill now goes to A) the president for her/his veto or signature. B) a conference committee. C) the standing committees in the House and Senate where the bill
  83. social studies

    Suppose you wanted to make government more capable of acting to solve the pressing problems of the country. Which would you favor? Why? a. Allow individuals to be appointed to the president’s Cabinet while still serving in Congress. b. Allow the
  84. goverment

    “The President of the United States would be liable to be impeached, tried, and, upon conviction of treason, bribery, or other high crimes or misdemeanors, removed from office . . . The person of the king of Great Britain is sacred and inviolable; there
  85. history

    if the president and vice president can't serve out their terms,the next person in line to govern is the??
  86. math

    how many ways can a president and vice president be selected in a class of 12? 23*** 72 130 1,320
  87. psychology

    As an undergraduate Native American college student you have been selected from a national pool of applicants to interview President Obama. Your scheduled interview is to be no longer than 10 minutes. The interview is to be conducted on a Tuesday morning
  88. social studies

    should a president and vice president die does the secretary of state stand next in line to take over the presidency?
  89. Algebra

    A club with 33 members is to select five officers president, vice president, sec, treasurer and historian. In how many way can the this be done. I am not sure if I ask this before, thank you
  90. math

    A committee of 12 students must select from their group a president, a vice-president, and a secretary. In how many possible ways can this be accomplished?
  91. maths

    from a group of 15candiatesu r choosing president vice president andsecretryto work on your sales in how many ways it can be done
  92. social studies

    should a president and vice president die does the secretary of state stand next in line to take over the presidency?
  93. history

    if both the president and the vice president die who assumes power?
  94. 3rd grade math

    what combinations of president and vice president could there be ?
  95. social studies

    If there is collision between the president and Congress, can Congress restrain the president in foreign policy making?
  96. American Government

    if there is collision between the president and congress,can congress restain the president in foreign policy making?
  97. algebra

    A club with 33 members is to select five officers (president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and historian). In how many ways can this be done?
  98. Math

    A corporation has 7 members on its board of directors. How many different ways can it elect a president, vice president,secretary, and treasurer?
  99. Algebra

    A club with 35 members is to select five officers (president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and historian). In how many ways can this be done?
  100. History (continued)

    1.The group that has the sole powerto begin impeachment hearings is A. Senate B. Supreme court C. House of representatives D. The president's cabinet Answer: C 2. All of the followig are powers of the president execpt: A. Declaring war B. Giving the state