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The system of checks and balances allows the Supreme Court to A. veto legislation passed in Congress. B. nominate candidates for congressional seats. C. declare acts of the president unconstitutional. D. select judges to serve in the federal court system.
Weegy: The answer is: C. declare acts of the president unconstitutional. User: Which statement BEST summarizes the theory of judicial restraint? A. Law is narrow and does not change over time. B. Law is a living thing that adapts to the times. C. Law encompasses fewer things over time. D. Law should be applied in more areas over time Weegy: C. Law encompasses fewer things over time BEST summarizes the theory of judicial restraint. [smile] User: What would be the most effective way for the National Farmers Union to push for a new piece of legislation? A. holding more fundraising events to increase funding B. encouraging its members to write letters to Congress C. organizing a door-to-door campaign to raise awareness D. directly contacting members of the House Committee on Agriculture Weegy: D. directly contacting members of the House Committee on Agriculture User: Which is the BEST example of working with a political party at the local level? A. organizing support for a candidate B. protesting against White House policy C. marching in protest at the Supreme Court D. petitioning for a constitutional amendment Weegy: A. organizing support for a candidate is the BEST example of working with a political party at the local level. User: Most newspapers are owned and published by a few large corporations and account for more than 80% of newspaper circulation. What issue could this raise in regard to media bias? A. Does this raise the price of newspapers all over the nation? B. Does this decrease the amount of newspapers in circulation? C. Does this create an unfair balance in favor of newspapers over television? D. Does this limit the variety of views and opinions presented in newspapers? Weegy: D User: Cuba and The People's Republic of China are both communist nations. How are the two nations different? A. China has fewer branches of government ... (More)
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What is the main function of the state Supreme Court? A. to enforce laws passed by city councils B. to monitor the activities of the governor C. to interpret laws passed by the state legislature D. to decide how state taxes are collected and used
Weegy: The main function of the state Supreme Court is to interpret laws passed by the state legislature. User: One of the many powers given to Congress by the U.S. Constitution is the power to A. lay and collect taxes. B. nominate federal judges. C. pardon criminals for federal crimes. D. appoint heads of executive departments. (More)
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One of the many powers given to Congress by the U.S. Constitution is the power to: lay and collect taxes.
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One of the top functions of the U.S. Cabinet is A. running specialized departments B. appointing judges to circuit courts C. selecting ambassadors to foreign countries D. creating congressional committees when necessary
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One of the top functions of the U.S. Cabinet is: running specialized departments.

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The main reason President Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency in 1970 was to A. regulate the transportation industry. B. address the growing need for energy. C. raise standards to protect national parks. D. set national guidelines on pollution control.
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The main reason President Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency in 1970 was to set national guidelines on pollution control.
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