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Why do Constitutional laws have more power than the state laws? a. The Constitution is older. c. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land. b. The Constitution is supported by the
president. d. The Constitution is closed to interpretation therefore more effective.
Why do Constitutional laws have more power than the state laws? C. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land
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User: Why do Constitutional laws have more power than the state laws? a. The Constitution is older. c. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land. b. The Constitution is supported by the president. d. The Constitution is closed to interpretation therefore more effective.

Weegy: Why do Constitutional laws have more power than the state laws? C. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land
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User: Which of the following is a state right guaranteed by the federal government? a. taxation equal for everyone c. free monies to create programs b. protection for the state citizens d. equal pay for all

Weegy: b. protection for the state citizens
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User: Where is the full faith and credit clause found in the Constitution? a. Article 1 c. Article 3 b. Article 2 d. Article 4

User: Passed in 1964, the ______________ outlawed racial discrimination in public accommodations. a. Civil Rights Act b. Equal Rights Act c. Quartering Act d. Entitlement Act

Weegy: A
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User: How is the Civil Rights Act a show of federalism? a. The federal government decided that the best way to tax a hotel is to make it possible for as many people can stay at the hotel. c. The federal government controlled who can stay in any public accommodations business by classifying the issue as a commerce issue. b. The federal government used the public accommodations as a way to practice equality regardless of race. d. The federal government issued tax breaks for those who followed the Act without fail.

Weegy: b. The federal government used the public accommodations as a way to practice equality regardless of race.
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User: States’ Rightists typically believe that: a. state and local resolution of an issue should not take precedence over the decision of the federal government. c. state and local resolution of an issue should take precedence over the decision of the federal government. b. federal resolution of an issue should take precedence over that of the state's. d. resolution of an issue should come equally from both the state and federal governments.

Weegy: States rightists typically believe that: c. [ state and local resolution of an issue should take precedence over the decision of the federal government.Check out the link for additional details: ]
shainah29|Points 355|

User: How does the Sunshine Law show how the states are able to adapt in order to be more efficient? a. It forces public officials to meet in an open forum whenever issues are discussed. c. It forces the public officials to meet in private at all times b. It forces the public officials to discuss issues but after a close door meeting. d. It forces the public officials to meet in an open door meeting but without comment from the public.

Weegy: It forces public officials to meet in an open forum whenever issues are discussed. The Sunshine Law show how the states are able to adapt in order to be more efficient. [ ]
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User: the dominant political parties in the United States

User: a group that seeks to control government by winning elections and holding public office

User: In the United States, a political party is made up of a group of people who a. disagree on how to resolve the basic issues affecting the country. b. work to get candidates elected to political offices. c. work separately to support one major program or policy. d. support split-ticket voting.

Weegy: In the United States, a political party is made up of a group of people who, B. work to get candidates elected to political offices.
reubeng8304|Points 89|

User: The functions of the major parties in United States politics include a. nominating candidates for office. b. insuring the good performance of their elected candidates. c. providing a mechanism for the conduct of government. d. all of the above.

Weegy: The functions include: d. All of the above .
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User: Which of the following do political parties and the news media have in common? a. Both try to inform, inspire, and activate the people with regard to public affairs. b. Both play a major role in deciding the constitutionality of acts of Congress. c. Neither play a role in nominating candidates for public office. d. Neither serve to foster democratic ideals.

Weegy: Which of the following do political parties and the news media have in common? Answer: a. [ Both try to inform, inspire, and activate the people with regard to public affairs. ]
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User: The framers of the U.S. Constitution, in 1787, talked about factions (also called political parties). true or false





Weegy: The framers of the U.S. Constitution, in 1787, talked about factions (also called political parties). true.
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