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A primary source for getting specific information on a particular bill is A. the Congressional Record. B. your state representative. C. the Constitution. D. Washington daily newspapers.
A primary source of getting specific information on a particular bill is D. the Congressional Record.
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User: A primary source for getting specific information on a particular bill is A. the Congressional Record. B. your state representative. C. the Constitution. D. Washington daily newspapers.

Weegy: A primary source of getting specific information on a particular bill is D. the Congressional Record.
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User: You're most likely to pay your county or town taxes in the form of a/an _______ tax. A. property B. sales C. income D. excise





Weegy: B. Sales
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User: Under the _______ Amendment, you have the right to know the charges brought against you and to question witnesses who bring evidence against you. A. Second B. Fifth C. Sixth D. First

Weegy: C. Sixth
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User: You don't really approve of the idea of political parties. However, you're known as a Federalist and are soon associated with that party. Chances are good that your name is A. George Washington. B. Thomas Jefferson. C. James Madison. D. Abraham Lincoln.

Weegy: C. James Madison
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User: The outcome of the 2000 presidential election was decided by a A. majority of the popular vote. B. careful recount of the Florida votes. C. majority vote of the electoral college. D. decision of the Supreme Court

Weegy: D. decision of the Supreme Court
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User: Regarding the Electoral College, which of the following statements is false? A. The electoral college is located in Washington, D.C. B. Electors vote on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December. C. If there were 600 electors, 301 electoral votes would win the presidential election. D. The electoral vote results are transmitted to the Secretary of State.

Weegy: B. Electors vote on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December.
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