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This is NOT a way lawmakers provide services for their constituents. a. fixing speeding tickets c. federal grants and contracts b. pork-barrel legislation d. keeping federal projects
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User: This is NOT a way lawmakers provide services for their constituents. a. fixing speeding tickets c. federal grants and contracts b. pork-barrel legislation d. keeping federal projects

Weegy: A) fixing speeding tickets.
emelynquebralg|Points 10|

User: What is casework? a. helping executive agencies c. helping the interest group pass a bill b. helping constituents with problems d. helping a staff member write a bill

Weegy: Casework is: B. helping constituents with problems.
andrewpallarca|Points 34842|

User: This group tends to vote in favor of business. a. PACs c. lobbyists b. Republicans d. Democrats

Weegy: B. Republicans group tends to vote in favor of business.



User: Legislators get involved with casework for all of the following reasons EXCEPT a. They receive financial incentives for handling more cases. c. It helps them to get reelected. b. It provides a way for the average citizen to have a voice in the system. d. It allows them to oversee the executive branch.

Weegy: Legislators get involved with casework for all of the following reasons EXCEPT a. They receive financial incentives for handling more cases.
Tachek|Points 250|

User: Almost all the important work on tax laws occurs in the a. Senate chambers. c. House Ways and Means Committee. b. appropriations bill. d. executive office.

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Almost all the important work on tax laws occurs in the House Ways and Means Committee.

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The representatives from Michigan and New Jersey have agreed to support one another’s bills to help them pass on the Congressional floor. This is an example of ____________. a. logrolling c. supporting casework b. pork-barrel legislation d. propositions for casework
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