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Which two powers guide much of the daily work of Congress? A. the sovereign power and inherited power B. the commerce power and the taxing power C. the veto power and the impeachment power D.
the judicial power and the excise power
B. the commerce power and the taxing power
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User: Which two powers guide much of the daily work of Congress? A. the sovereign power and inherited power B. the commerce power and the taxing power C. the veto power and the impeachment power D. the judicial power and the excise power

Weegy: B. the commerce power and the taxing power
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User: How do the congressional terms of Senators and Representatives differ?

User: How do the congressional terms of Senators and Representatives differ? A. Representatives’ terms are staggered. B. Senators are chosen by congressional districts. C. Representatives are more exposed to the national media. D. Senators have more years in office, which gives them better job security.

Weegy: D. Senators have more years in office, which gives them better job security.
bananayumboat|Points 553|

User: What factor can limit the level of congressional pay? A. fear of election-day fallout B. the amount of additional income a person might have C. state election requirements D. the law as stated in the Constitution

Weegy: The answer is A. fear of election-day fallout
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User: Which governing body has been organized without interruption since its first session in 1789? A. the Senate B. the Supreme Court C. the House of Representatives D. Congress

Weegy: D. Congress has been organized without interruption since its first session in 1789.
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User: There are several types of bills and resolutions. Which type may deal with a temporary matter, such as granting money for a presidential event? A. a concurrent resolution B. a discharge petition C. a joint resolution D. a rider

Weegy: C. a joint resolution
aravind213|Points 221|

User: What is the theoretical reason behind the Framers’ favoring of a bicameral Congress? A. The British Parliament was bicameral. B. The original 13 colonies followed a bicameral style. C. One house can act as a check on the other. D. The Constitution called for a bicameral legislature.

Weegy: Theoretical reason for a bicameral legislature is that One house can act as a check on the other.
Frankie17851|Points 3171|

User: McCulloch v. Maryland upheld the concept of implied powers and set a pattern for which type of approach to interpreting the Constitution? A. strict constructionist B. moderate constructionist C. Constitutional constructionist D. liberal constructionist

Weegy: D. liberal constructionist
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: Members of Congress receive benefits and privileges. Which privilege does the Constitution give them? A. They cannot be sued for statements made in a newspaper. B. They cannot be questioned in the courts about debates in Congress. C. They are not responsible if they attack someone in a pubic speech. D. They are not responsible if they attack someone in writing.

Weegy: The answer is: B. They cannot be questioned in the courts about debates in Congress.
sharpies|Points 8737|

User: In what way does Congress participate in checks and balances as a lawmaking authority? A. It raises taxes. B. It does not get involved in partisan projects. C. It meets regularly with the Supreme Court. D. It oversees operations of various agencies in the executive branch.

Weegy: D. It oversees operations of various agencies in the executive branch.
TonioL|Points 110|

User: Why are special sessions of Congress rarely called? A. The financial cost is too high. B. Congressional numbers would make it too cumbersome. C. Congress already meets nearly year-round. D. It would take too much time

Weegy: C. Congress already meets nearly year-round.
koaley|Points 6262|

User: Who confirms the presidential appointments of Cabinet officers and other top federal officials? A. both houses of Congress B. the House of Representatives C. the President D. the Senate

User: Who is the leader of the House of Representatives? A. the Speaker of the House B. the Vice President C. the secretary of state D. the president of the House

User: Who is the leader of the House of Representatives? A. the Speaker of the House B. the Vice President C. the secretary of state D. the president of the House

User: Which name would apply to a person who wants Congress to exercise only the expressed powers in the Constitution?

User: What are delegated powers?

Weegy: f talking about the US federal government, delegated powers are also called Enumerated Powers. [ [ It's a list in Article 1 Section 8 of the US constitution that give the Congress those specific powers. Three examples: (1)Borrow money on the credit of the United States (2)Regulate commerce with foreign nations, among the several states and with the Indian Tribes(3)to establish Post Offices and post Roads. Those are three of a possible 18 powers. ] ]
Princess Mel|Points 300|

User: Which two principles have directed the foreign policy of the United States since World War II? A. cold war and deterrence B. collective security and deterrence C. detente and containment D. isolationism and nationalism

Weegy: The answer is B. collective security and deterrence
dennis003|Points 1000|

User: at development led to a change in the electoral college system following the election of 1800? A. George Washington’s resignation B. the creation of the District of Columbia C. the choosing of presidential electors D. the rise of political parties

Weegy: A. George Washington?s resignation led to a change in the electoral college system following the election of 1800. [ ]
Sacert|Points 21|

User: What happened in the electoral college system after the election of 1800? A. George Washington resigned. B. The District of Columbia was created. C. Presidential electors were chosen differently. D. Political parties became more important.

Weegy: D)Political parties became more important.
supernike|Points 610|

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 Cour

Weegy: C. the Constitution is the original source of many of the President’s powers.
Expert answered|jher000|Points 7981|



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