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Q: All of the following are true of Congressional Committees EXCEPT: a. committees can be found in both the Senate and the House of Representatives. c. the information shared within committees and the
actions taken by lawmakers is classified, which means that the public cannot learn this information. b. committees allow lawmakers to listen to both supporters and opponents of a specific bill. d. committees are the key power centers of Congress and help to ease the work load of many lawmakers.
A: d. committees are the key power centers of Congress and help to ease the work load of many lawmakers.
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User: All of the following are true of Congressional Committees EXCEPT: a. committees can be found in both the Senate and the House of Representatives. c. the information shared within committees and the actions taken by lawmakers is classified, which means that the public cannot learn this information. b. committees allow lawmakers to listen to both supporters and opponents of a specific bill. d. committees are the key power centers of Congress and help to ease the work load of many lawmakers.

Weegy: d. committees are the key power centers of Congress and help to ease the work load of many lawmakers.
Chelnmike816|Points 107|

User: The standing committees of each house are controlled by a. the minority party. c. the majority leader. b. the minority leader. d. the majority party.

User: According to the lecture, exposition occurs only at the beginning of the story. true or false

User: The part of the story in which we are most often told the setting is the ______________________. a. resolution c. exposition b. inciting incident d. conflict

Weegy: The part of the story in which we are most often told the setting is the exposition [ ]
Kamuraz|Points 91|

User: Which line shows most vividly how setting affects the speaker’s father? a. “before waking to East Harlem rooftops” b. “when you crossed the bridge” c. “the craving for that island birthplace” d. “over a river glimpsed”

Weegy: Show most vividly how setting affects the speaker’s father is: b. “when you crossed the bridge”
Expert answered|cutyglyde|Points 155|

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