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Which of the following is a new way to vote because of technology? a. in-person voting c. mail-in voting b. online voting d. absentee voting
Weegy: A new way to vote because of technology is d. absentee voting. (More)
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Online voting is the new way to vote because of technology.
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The 2008 election of Barack Obama is said to have ushered in the era of the “Internet Presidency,” ending the era of the “ __________________,” which began with John F. Kennedy a. Radio Presidency b. Commercial Presidency c. Television Presidency d. Computer Presidency
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The 2008 election of Barack Obama is said to have ushered in the era of the “Internet Presidency”, ending the era of the “Television Presidency” which began with John F. Kennedy.
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A positive aspect of interest groups is that they a. help stimulate interest in public affairs. b. eliminate the need for factions in government. c. use propaganda to influence public policy. d. have a strong influence on political parties.
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A positive aspect of interest groups is that they help stimulate interest in public affairs.

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The United States Congress, which is made up of two houses, is a a. constitutional legislature. c. reform legislature. b. bi-session legislature. d. bicameral legislature.
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United States consisting of two houses: the Senate and the House of Representatives.
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The conference committee a. is the final step before congressional approval of a bill. b. holds hearings to gather information. c. operates differently in the House than it does in the Senate. d. may refuse to report a bill.
Weegy: The conference committee may refuse to report a bill. User: Matters that require action of both the House and Senate, but do not require the power of law or the signature of the President are called a. concurrent resolutions. c. resolutions. b. joint resolutions. d. hearings. Weegy: Matters that require action of both the House and Senate, but do not require the power of law or the signature of the President are called - concurrent resolutions. User: Bills can only be introduced by _____________________. a. special interest groups c. lobbyists b. the President d. members of Congress (More)
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Bills can only be introduced by members of Congress.
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