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Which type of state law is based on rules, orders, and regulations made by federal, state, and local executive officers? A administrative. B constitutional. C statutory. D common
Weegy: The answer is B. Constitutional law is the body of law which defines the relationship of different entities within a state, namely, the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. (More)
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STATUTORY law is based on rules, orders, and regulations made by federal, state, or local executive officers.
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Which of the following does not have political powers in the United States government. A individuals. B foreigners. C political parties. D interest groups
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Foreigners do NOT have political power in the United States government.
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Which of the following is not a concept of democracy? A. fundamental worth of every person B. divine right to rule C. individual freedom D. equality of all persons
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Divine right to rule is not a concept of democracy.

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What power does judicial review grant to the courts? A. making laws B. electing officials to public office C. establishing rules for taxation D. determining the constitutionality of actions
Weegy: B. electing officials to public office. Judicial review grants the courts the power to elect officials to public office. (More)
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Judicial review grants courts the power to: D. determining the constitutionality of actions.

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