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The oldest type of city government in America is the _______ form. A. city manager B. commission C. council-manager D. mayor-council
The oldest type of city government in America is the D. mayor-council form.
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User: The oldest type of city government in America is the _______ form. A. city manager B. commission C. council-manager D. mayor-council

Weegy: The oldest type of city government in America is the D. mayor-council form.
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User: Suppose you walk into the Capitol in Washington and ask to interview the most prominent person in the entire Congress. If you're lucky, you'll get an appointment with the A. president pro tempore of the Senate. B. vice president of the United States. C. Speaker of the House. D. chair of the House Appropriations Committee.

Weegy: D. Speaker of the House. is the most prominent person in the Congress, even though the Vice President is technically President of the Senate.
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User: The _______ was developed during the presidency of Lyndon Johnson. A. Peace Corps B. Rural Electrification Administration C. Upward Bound Project D. Works Progress Administration

User: The _______ form of city government merges executive and legislative functions in a single group of officials. A. city manager B. commission C. township D. mayor-council

Weegy: The answer is, D. Commission. This combines both the legislative and executive functions in one group of officials, usually three or more in number, elected city-wide.
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User: Suppose Bill HR612 is currently in Congress. One thing you know about this bill is that it A. is currently in committee. B. has no riders attached. C. has been vetoed by the president. D. originated in the House of Representatives.

Weegy: Suppose Bill HR612 is currently in Congress. One thing you know about this bill is that it: B. originated in the House of Representatives.
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User: The House of Representatives has the special power to A. vote to impeach a government official. B. conduct a trial of impeachment if approved by the Senate. C. impeach a government official who has been found guilty by the Senate. D. impeach members of the Senate, but not the House.

Weegy: The House of Representatives has the special power to B. vote to impeach a government official.
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User: Why did Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts redraw the congressional districts in his state? A. To get a president elected B. To get elected to the Senate C. To give his party unfair political advantage D. To give each major party fair representation

Weegy: To give his party unfair political advantage.
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User: One factor determining the number of representatives for a given congressional district is the distribution of _______ within the state. A. registered voters B. population C. wealth D. jobs

User: A powerful committee of the U.S. Senate charged with finding ways to raise federal revenues is the _______ Committee. A. Finance B. Ways and Means C. Appropriations D. Budget

User: In the state of Minnesota, Jude Flaw appears in court as plaintiff. The defendant charges that Mr. Flaw failed to complete plumbing work he promised to do. He and his workmen also left a lot of water damage. This kind of case is most likely to be tried in A. a civil court as breach of contract. B. a civil court as a misdemeanor. C. a criminal court as breach of contract. D. a criminal court as a misdemeanor.

Weegy: A civil court as breach of contract. He was there to do a job and never completed it. The only problem with this is, we do not know if he signed a contract with the plaintiff or not. [ If he did then it all depends on what the contract said and if he met those goals. Most likely however this would appear in a civil court as a breach of contract. ]
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User: What was the purpose of Franklin Roosevelt's WPA? A. To help get America through the Great Depression B. To improve America's relations with foreign powers during the Cold War C. To prepare America for victory in World War II D. To improve the quality of health care in America

Weegy: What was the purpose of Franklin Roosevelt's WPA? B. To help get America through the Great Depression.
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User: If you're a member of the U.S. Navy, your organization is part of the A. Department of Transportation. B. Department of Defense. C. Department of Commerce. D. Department of the Interior.

Weegy: If you're a member of the U.S. Navy, your organization is part of the DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.
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