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A bicameral legislature features A. two legislative bodies. B. one legislative body. C. four equal legislative bodies. D. one hundred equal representatives. User: In 1786, Virginians called a convention in Annapolis to discuss problems with the A. Articles of Confederation. B. Declaration of Independence. C. Constitution. D. Bill of Rights.
Weegy: B. Articles of Confederation. User: John Quincy has been a citizen of the United States for 8 years. He is 27 years old. If John decides to run for Congress, what are his options? A. He can't run for the House or the Senate for at least one more year. B. He won't ever be qualified to run for the Senate. C. He can run for the Senate, but not the House. D. He can run for the House, but not the Senate. Weegy: D. He can run for the House, but not the Senate. (More)
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Suppose a bill has passed both the House and the Senate. It goes to the president at the beginning of the annual session of Congress. The president doesn't sign the bill but holds it for more than 10 days. What happens to the bill? A. It becomes law only if two-thirds of the House and Senate vote for it. B. It cannot become law, but it has not been vetoed. C. It becomes law. D. It has been vetoed.
Weegy: A. It becomes law. User: An agreement to count slaves as three-fifths of a person was related to A. the denial of African Americans the right to vote. B. the way in which population would be counted in each state. C. the number of Senators each state would have. D. the creation of an upper and a lower house in Congress. Weegy: the way in which population would be counted in each state. User: The idea that people within a state can and should determine the laws within that state is referred to as A. abolitionism. B. popular sovereignty. C. federalism. D. state sovereignty. Weegy: State Sovereignty User: The right to petition members of the government is contained in the _______ Amendment to the Constitution. A. Fourth B. Third C. Second D. First Weegy: The right to petition members of the government is contained in the - D. First - Amendment to the Constitution. (More)
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The right to petition members of the government is contained in the _______ Amendment to the Constitution. A. Fourth B. Third C. Second D. First
Weegy: The right to petition members of the government is contained in the - D. First - Amendment to the Constitution. (More)
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Suppose a bill arrives on the desk of the president of the United States. It originated in the Senate. He decides on a pocket veto. This will be possible for him only if A. Congress is about to adjourn. B. the Senate is in recess, but about to convene. C. the House still has the bill in committee. D. the House has not passed the Senate bill.
Weegy: Suppose a bill arrives on the desk of the president of the United States. It originated in the Senate. He decides on a pocket veto. This will be possible for him only if A. Congress is about to adjourn. User: The oldest type of city government in America is the _______ form. A. mayor-council B. commission C. council-manager D. city manager Weegy: The oldest type of city government in America is the D. mayor-council form. User: One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions A. are much longer. B. can't be amended. C. don't provide for a legislature. D. don't have bills of rights. Weegy: One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions - A. [ are much longer. State constitutions DO have bills of rights; Most get amended over and over again; And all states have legislatures per the respective constitutions. ] (More)
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On a tour of several states, you discover a county governed under a state law that permits home rule. The county chooses its own form of government. You're probably in the state of A. Texas. B. Oregon. C. Iowa. D. California.
Weegy: On a tour of several states, you discover a county governed under a state law that permits home rule. The county chooses its own form of government. You're probably in the state of: B. OREGON. (More)
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