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Q: Comparing the costs in time and resources with the benefits is an important step in implementing a program that has become law reducing funding from a local or state budget deciding whether to
add a new public official analyzing the effectiveness of a public policy
A: D.analyzing the effectiveness of a public policy.
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User: Comparing the costs in time and resources with the benefits is an important step in implementing a program that has become law reducing funding from a local or state budget deciding whether to add a new public official analyzing the effectiveness of a public policy

Weegy: D.analyzing the effectiveness of a public policy.
candyangel1004|Points 0|

User: Which of the following cases would fall under federal jurisdiction? a case involving the health and safety of a minor a dispute between citizens from different states a criminal trial for a suspect in a murder case a decision appealed from a state trial court

Weegy: C.
Applefr34k|Points 60|

User: Which of the following makes a true statement about the Electoral College? Individual votes have little bearing on the outcome of presidential elections, as only electoral votes are counted. According to the U.S. Constitution, all states are awarded a minimum of five electoral votes. Electoral votes are awarded and the president is usually chosen based on the popular vote in each state. The original procedure for the Electoral College process in was outlined in the 12th amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Weegy: Electoral votes are awarded and the president is usually chosen based on the popular vote in each state.
Mikee7|Points 174|

User: udicial review describes the power of the executive branch established by the case McCulloch v. Maryland to determine whether a court punishment is acceptable under the Constitution executive branch established by the case Marbury v. Madison to determine whether a court decision is acceptable under the Constitution judicial branch established by the case McCulloch v. Maryland to determine if a proposed bill is acceptable under the Constitution judicial branch established by the case Marbury v. Madison to determine whether a law is acceptable under the Constitution

Weegy: The statement that si correct about judicial review is: It is the power of the executive branch to determine whether a court decision is acceptable under the Constitution, as established by the case Marbury v. [ Madison. -Judicial review is the doctrine under which legislative and executive actions are subject to review (and possible invalidation) by the judiciary. A specific court with judicial review power must annul the acts of the state when it finds them incompatible with a higher authority (such as the terms of a written constitution) ]
emdjay23|Points 885|

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