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Which of the following powers could Congress use to help protect American car makers from foreign competition? a. the currency power b. the power of eminent domain c. the power to borrow d. the power to tax
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The Congress could use the power to tax to help protect American car makers from foreign competition.
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All of the following are requirements to serve in the Senate EXCEPT: A. A candidate must be at least 30 years old. B. A candidate must be a resident of the state he/she wishes to represent. C. A candidate must be born in the United States. D. A candidate must be a citizen of the United States.
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All of the following are requirements to serve in the Senate EXCEPT a candidate must be born in the United States.
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Most bills can originate in either the House of Representatives or the Senate; however, __________ bills dealing with government spending must begin in the House of Representatives. A. military B. environmental C. appropriation D. social
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Most bills can originate in either the House of Representatives or the Senate; however, appropriation bills dealing with government spending must begin in the House of Representatives.
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When a bill is voted on in Congress, all of the following are actions that can be taken on the bill EXCEPT: A. approve B. send back to committee C. deny D. drop
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When a bill is voted on in Congress, all of the following are actions that can be taken on the bill EXCEPT drop.
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As of January 20, 2001, the President receives a yearly salary of a. $50,000. b. $99,500. c. $400,000. d. $900,000
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As of January 20, 2001, the President receives a yearly salary of $400,000.
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