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What is another main source of revenue for local governments A. Fines and fees B. Private investors C. Fundraising events D. Political contributions
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In 2002, the pro-worker Teamsters Union political action committee spent $2.3 million on behalf of federal candidates. What was the main reason they spent this much money? A.to elect candidates who were in favor of outsourcing jobs B.to elect candidates who would vote favorably on labor issues C.to keep federal committees from investigating the union's finances D.to ensure that members of the union would occupy ...
Weegy: B. to elect candidates who would vote favorably on labor issues User: Spending money on media campaigns designed to discredit an opponent is one method A. used by senators to influence the passage of federal financial laws. B. used by political action committees to undermine federal foreign policy. C. used by political action committees to influence the outcome of federal elections. D. used by state representatives to prevent the appointment of certain federal judges. Weegy: C. used by political action committees to influence the outcome of federal elections. User: Special interest groups contribute large amounts of money to presidential campaigns because they want to A. help elect candidates who will support their causes. B. correct the view that they are interested mainly in profits. C. avoid the appearance of being uninterested in national politics. D. ensure that their candidate will not have to accept federal funds. Weegy: It is: A. help elect candidates who will support their causes. User: Lobbyists spend a great deal of time meeting with government officials and providing them with information on different topics. What is the main reason lobbyists engage in these activities? A. to relieve lawmakers of the responsibility of having to collect information about the legislation themselves B. to persuade lawmakers to enact or reject legislation that will affect the interest group represented by the lobbyist C. to supply lawmakers with the funds necessary for research into legislation that will affect the lobbyist's interest group D. to ensure that lawmakers have unbiased information about the legislation so that they can make an objective decision Weegy: B. to persuade lawmakers to enact or reject legislation that will affect the interest group represented by the lobbyist. User: Both civic and personal responsibilities are related to basic rights outlined in the U.S. Constitution. The civic responsibility of jury duty is ... (More)
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Which of the following is NOT one of the first five freedoms? A. petition B. privacy C. speech D. religion
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B.Privacy - is Not One Of The First Five Freedoms.
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