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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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To be President of the United States a person must have lived in the United States for at least this number of years. a. 7 c. 14 b. 9 d. 15
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To be President of the United States a person must have lived in the United States for at least 14 years.
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