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________________ work for the majority and minority party floor leaders, and non-partisan staff. A. Legislative staff B. Committee staff C. Leadership staff D. Institutional
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User: ________________ work for the majority and minority party floor leaders, and non-partisan staff. A. Legislative staff B. Committee staff C. Leadership staff D. Institutional staff

Weegy: D. Institutional staff
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 16346|

User: What is a committee called in which members of both the House and the Senate oversee areas of common interest? A. select committee B. joint committee C. conference committee D. standing committee

Weegy: B. joint committee
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 16346|



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