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Which branch of government determines whether laws are constitutional?
a) Legislative b) Judicial c) Executive d) That is not a power given by our constitution.
When the Constitution divides the responsibilities of government among 3 branches, what is this called?
a) Checks and Balances b) Rights and Responsibilities c) Separation of Powers d) Constitutional Qualifications
The members of the Georgia General Assembly are members of what branch of government?
a) Legislative Branch b) Judicial Branch c) Executive Branch d) None of these answers are true.
Each branch of government was given some power to control or prevent some actions of the other two branches. What is this called?
a) Constitutional Qualifications b) Rights and Responsibilities c) Separation of Powers d) Checks and Balances
Which branch of Georgia's government contains the governor and lieutenant governor?
a) Legislative Branch b) Judicial Branch c) Executive Branch d) None of these answers are true.
What is the minimum voting age in Georgia?
a) 16 years old b) 18 years old c) 21 years old d) 25 years old
Members of the Georgia General Assembly are voted to how may years in office?
a) Two b) Four c) Six d) Ten
How many days does the Georgia General Assembly meet for session?
a) 180 days b) 40 days c) 60 days d) 80 days
The MAIN reason citizens have rights and responsibilities is to;
a) allow the government to share power. b) punish those who not follow the rules. c) keep the power of the country and state with its citizens. d) to make the country the most powerful in the world.
The only citizens of Georgia who are denied the right to vote are;
a) Citizens who do not have a high school diploma. b) Citizens absent from their county on election day. c) Women d) Convicted felons
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