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How do the House and Senate differ in the powers related to impeachment? A) The House has no power related to impeachment while the Senate can impeach federal officials. B) The House can impeach
federal officials and then the Senate would conduct the impeachment trial. C) The Senate has no power related to impeachment while the House can impeach federal officials. D) The Senate can impeach federal officials and then the House would conduct the impeachment trial.
B) The House can impeach federal officials and then the Senate would conduct the impeachment trial.
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User: How do the House and Senate differ in the powers related to impeachment? A) The House has no power related to impeachment while the Senate can impeach federal officials. B) The House can impeach federal officials and then the Senate would conduct the impeachment trial. C) The Senate has no power related to impeachment while the House can impeach federal officials. D) The Senate can impeach federal officials and then the House would conduct the impeachment trial.





Weegy: B) The House can impeach federal officials and then the Senate would conduct the impeachment trial.
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