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1. In states, cities, and townships, traffic courts are courts of limited A. appeal. B. pleas. C. jurisdiction. D. claims. User: 2. If you visit the Senate chamber during a session on an average day, you're most likely to find the session presided over by A. the majority leader. B. the vice president of the United States. C. a president pro tem. D. a speaker for the house.
Weegy: C. a president pro tem. User: 3. By law, all tax laws must originate with the A. Senate. B. IRS. C. President. D. House of Representatives. User: 4. One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions A. don't provide for a legislature. B. are much longer. C. can't be amended. D. don't have bills of rights. Weegy: A. don't provide for a legislature. User: 5. Suppose a bill arrives on the desk of the president of the United States. It originated in the Senate. He decides on a pocket veto. This will be possible for him only if A. the House has not passed the Senate bill. B. Congress is about to adjourn. C. the House still has the bill in committee. D. the Senate is in recess, but about to convene. (More)
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In states, cities, and townships, traffic courts are courts of limited jurisdiction
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12. If you're a member of the U.S. Navy, your organization is part of the A. Department of the Interior. B. Department of Defense. C. Department of Transportation.D. Department of Commerce
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If you're a member of the U.S. Navy, your organization is part of the Department of Defense.
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