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What does the Latin term bicameral mean?
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In the government, bicameralism (Latin bi, two + camera, chamber) is the practice of having two legislative or parliamentary chambers
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The Necessary and Proper Clause allows Congress to A. stop the president and Supreme Court justices from acting improperly. B. take all necessary measures during elections to ensure reelection. C. to expand its powers as needed to run the country. D. make all laws that are needed to carry out powers given to it in the Constitution.
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The Necessary and Proper Clause allows Congress to make all laws that are needed to carry out powers given to it in the Constitution.
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Which of the following is not a type of committee existing in the United States Congress? A. permanent or standing committee B. select or special committees C. joint committees D. page committees
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PAGE COMMITTEES is not a type of committee existing in the United States Congress.
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How are members of Congress and the Senate chosen for their office? A. elected by popular vote B. nominated by the governor of their state C. chosen by the President of the United States D. recommended by the Supreme Court
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Members of Congress and the Senate are elected by popular vote.
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What is the name of the party in Congress that controls the most seats? A. incumbent party B. democratic party C. minority party D. majority party
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