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7. Suppose a bill has passed both the House and the Senate. It goes to the president at the beginning of the annual session of Congress. The president doesn't sign the bill but holds it for more than 10 days. What happens to the bill? A. It becomes law. B. It becomes law only if two-thirds of the House and Senate vote for it. C. It cannot become law, but it has not been vetoed. D. It has been vetoed
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User: 7. Suppose a bill has passed both the House and the Senate. It goes to the president at the beginning of the annual session of Congress. The president doesn't sign the bill but holds it for more than 10 days. What happens to the bill? A. It becomes law. B. It becomes law only if two-thirds of the House and Senate vote for it. C. It cannot become law, but it has not been vetoed. D. It has been vetoed

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User: 8. Which part of the Constitution establishes the legislative branch of the government? A. Article II B. The Bill of Rights C. Article I D. Amendment I

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Article I of the Constitution establishes the legislative branch of the government.
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