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According to political writer Samuel H. Beer, Congress is chiefly responsible for the increase in federal programs. true or false
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These type of laws force government officials to hold open meetings. a. common laws c. sunset laws b. civil laws d. sunshine laws
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Sunshine laws force government officials to hold open meetings.
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what granted by article I of the constitution this allows congress to take any action they deem necessary and proper for the benefit of the country
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Article IV of the U.S. Constitution requires the states to grant privileges and immunity to nonresidents. Choose the answer that best completes the chart. a. voting c. use of public facilities b. buy, sell, and hold property d. serving on juries
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Article IV of the U.S. Constitution requires the states to grant privileges and immunity to nonresidents. Buy, sell, and hold property best completes the chart.
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