Which power does the Constitution give the executive branch regarding participation in congressional votes?
A. The secretary of state votes for ambassadors.
B. The president votes for Supreme Court justices.
C. The vice president votes to break a tie in the Senate.
D. The secretary of defense votes for war in the House of Representatives.
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Which power does the Constitution give exclusively to the House of Representatives?
A. right to override the president's veto
B. right to initiate impeachment of the president
C. right to nominate judges to the Supreme Court
D. right to declare acts of the Senate unconstitutional
B. right to initiate impeachment of the president [http://topics.law.cornell.edu/constitution/articlei
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Article III of the U.S. Constitution gives the judicial branch of the federal government the power to
A. make laws.
B. amend laws.
C. enforce laws.
D. interpret laws.
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In 1957, the Arkansas National Guard prevented nine African American students from attending Central High School in Little Rock. In response, President Eisenhower sent in federal troops to force the school to integrate. What gave President Eisenhower the right to send in the federal troops?
A. Because Arkansas was violating federal law, the president had the right to enforce the Constitution.
B. Because Arkansas was using National Guard troops, they violated federal military restrictions.
C. Because Arkansas was allowing troops to enter a school, the president had the right to protect the students.
D. Because Arkansas did not have its own constitution, it had to follow the federal laws on constitutional rights.
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