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What supreme Court case established the principal of judicial review
Marbury v. Madison was the Supreme Court case that established the principle of judicial review.
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The number of electoral votes for a president is equal to
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The number of electoral votes for a president is equal to: the number of representatives and senators from the state.
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The preamble to the constitution does not specify providing for A. domestic tranquility. B. common defense. C. justice. D. economic equity.
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The idea of people within a state can and should determine the laws within the state is referred to as
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Senator Jon tester of Montana was reelected in 2012. If he decides to run again when his current team expires, in what year will the election occur?
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What kind of bills have to start in the House of Representatives?
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