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Matters that require action of both the House and Senate, but do not require the power of law or the signature of the President are called a. concurrent resolutions. c. resolutions. b. joint
resolutions. d. hearings.
Matters that require action of both the House and Senate, but do not require the power of law or the signature of the President are called a. concurrent resolutions.
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