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A deficit is created when _________. a. the interest on a loan increases b. income exceeds expenses c. spending exceeds the revenue received d. a payment cannot be made on a loan
A deficit is created when spending exceeds the revenue received.
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The Family Support Act of 1988 created JOBS, which implemented programs aimed at helping people get off the welfare roles.
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The Family Support Act of 1988 created JOBS, which implemented programs aimed at helping people get off the welfare roles.
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sets up the separation between church and state.
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The Establishment Clause sets up the separation between church and state.

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In a court of law, someone can claim ignorance of the law as a legitimate defense.
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In a court of law, someone can claim ignorance of the law as a legitimate defense.
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Due process, a part of the Bill of Rights, guarantees which of the following rights? A. the right to bear arms B. the right to a fair trial C. the right to freedom of religion D. the right to freedom of speech
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