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Q: A President has the power to cancel some parts of a new law. What makes this possible? A. an amendment to the Constitution B. when Congress cannot agree C. not signing a bill within ten
days D. when Congress overrides a veto
A: A. an amendment to the Constitution
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User: A President has the power to cancel some parts of a new law. What makes this possible? A. an amendment to the Constitution B. when Congress cannot agree C. not signing a bill within ten days D. when Congress overrides a veto

Weegy: A. an amendment to the Constitution
johnlennons|Points 900|

User: What is the original source of many of the President’s powers? A. the Founders B. the House of Representatives C. the Constitution D. the Supreme Court

Weegy: C. the Constitution
ivyleaf|Points 605|

User: What is the relationship between the military and the federal government? A. Elected civilian leadership has no influence over the military. B. The military is subordinate to the elected civilian leadership. C. The military joint chiefs of staff direct both the armed forces and the elected civilian leadership. D. Elected civilian leadership and military leadership have equal powers.

Weegy: B. the military is subordinate to the elected civilian leadership
krissie21|Points 185|

User: Which features of a federal bureaucracy help it to run efficiently? A. job specialization and formalized rules B. its small size and limited leadership C. shared power and little need for support D. many goals and individual agendas

Weegy: A. job specialization and formalized rules C. shared power and little need for support
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User: The Office of the Director of National Intelligence was created in 2005 as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks. What does this office do? A. creates defense policies B. collects and shares information to keep the United States safe C. runs the Department of Homeland Security D. serves the Joint Chiefs of Staff

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