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Q: If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, who takes over as president? A. Attorney general B. Secretary of state C. Speaker of the House
D. President pro tempore of the Senate
A: If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, The Speaker of the House takes over as president.
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User: If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, who takes over as president? A. Attorney general B. Secretary of state C. Speaker of the House D. President pro tempore of the Senate

Weegy: If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, The Speaker of the House takes over as president.



User: The _______ was developed during the presidency of Lyndon Johnson. A. Works Progress Administration B. Upward Bound Project C. Rural Electrification Administration D. Peace Corps

User: The system of checks and balances failed under Andrew Jackson when he A. passed the Wagner Act. B. declared war without a declaration of war from Congress. C. failed to repeal the Patriot Act. D. acted against a ruling of the Supreme Court

Weegy: The system of checks and balances failed under Andrew Jackson when he acted against a ruling of the Supreme Court.
AngelInDisguise|Points 5101|

User: The oldest type of city government in America is the _______ form. A. mayor-council B. city manager C. commission D. council-manager

Weegy: The oldest type of city government in America is the D. mayor-council form.
experto|Points 358|

User: Suppose a bill arrives on the desk of the president of the United States. It originated in the Senate. He decides on a pocket veto. This will be possible for him only if A. the House has not passed the Senate bill. B. Congress is about to adjourn. C. the Senate is in recess, but about to convene. D. the House still has the bill in committee.

Weegy: Suppose a bill arrives on the desk of the president of the United States. It originated in the Senate. He decides on a pocket veto. This will be possible for him only if A. Congress is about to adjourn.
latefisher|Points 3420|

User: Which of the following is not a power of the United States Congress? A. Enforcing immigration laws B. Regulating commerce between the states C. Establishing and paying for the armed forces D. Levying and collecting taxes

Weegy: B)enforcing immigration laws
willxbeast|Points 100|

User: In addition to replacing the president if necessary, it's the duty of the vice president to A. review laws before the president signs them. B. serve as liaison to the judicial branch. C. preside over the Senate. D. serve as Speaker of the House

Weegy: In addition to replacing the president if necessary, it's the duty of the vice president to preside over the Senate.
Mikee7|Points 174|

User: Which of the presidents listed below did not attain the presidency due to the death of a president? A. John Tyler B. Gerald Ford C. Millard Fillmore D. Chester Arthur

Weegy: The answer is letter B. Gerald Ford. He was the only president that was NEVER elected. he wasn't elected president and he wasn't elected vice president. He got into office because Rchard Nixon's vice president, Sporo Agnew, was convicted of bribery. [ Then Nixon had to resigh before the senate could impeach him. So Ford got to be president when Nixon quit. ]
gab08|Points 102|

User: In the state of Minnesota, Jude Flaw appears in court as plaintiff. The defendant charges that Mr. Flaw failed to complete plumbing work he promised to do. He and his workmen also left a lot of water damage. This kind of case is most likely to be tried in A. a civil court as breach of contract. B. a criminal court as breach of contract. C. a civil court as a misdemeanor. D. a criminal court as a misdemeanor

Weegy: A civil court as breach of contract. He was there to do a job and never completed it. The only problem with this is, we do not know if he signed a contract with the plaintiff or not. [ If he did then it all depends on what the contract said and if he met those goals. Most likely however this would appear in a civil court as a breach of contract. ]
jeifunk|Points 9995|

User: Most House business is conducted within the Committee of the Whole because this arrangement A. ensures cloture. B. prevents filibusters. C. guarantees a quorum. D. doesn't require a quorum.

Weegy: Most House business is conducted within the Committee of the Whole because this arrangement C. doesn't require a quorum.
Florpe|Points 80|

User: The Brady Bill is related to gun control, and the Wagner Act is related to A. organized labor. B. civil rights. C. due process. D. the right to privacy.

Weegy: C. organized labor. The Brady Bill is related to gun control, and the Wagner Act is related to organized labor.
experto|Points 358|

User: Supreme Court Justices are appointed for a term of A. life. B. 6 years. C. 2 years. D. 14 years.

Weegy: The Supreme Court of the United States is the highest court in the United States.Once appointed, justices have life tenure unless they resign, retire, or are removed after impeachment. The answer is B. Life
chenidiez|Points 81|

User: . By law, all tax laws must originate with the A. President. B. Senate. C. IRS. D. House of Representatives.

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