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What is the main job of the Office of Management and Budget? A. prepare Congressional appropriation bills B. create the federal budget C. coordinate Congressional budget committees
D. approve or reject the federal budget
The answer is C. coordinate Congressional budget committees.
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User: What is the main job of the Office of Management and Budget? A. prepare Congressional appropriation bills B. create the federal budget C. coordinate Congressional budget committees D. approve or reject the federal budget

Weegy: The answer is C. coordinate Congressional budget committees.
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User: Why does unemployment rise when the economy slows? A. Decreased demand for goods causes demand for labor to go down. B. Decreased demand for goods causes the cost of labor to go up. C. Increased demand for goods causes demand for labor to go down. D. The slower economy makes companies less likely to outsource jobs

Weegy: Why does unemployment rise when the economy slows? A. Decreased demand for goods causes demand for labor to go down.
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