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Powers of Congress that are written in the Constitution are called-
a) implied powers b) expressed powers c) reserved powers d) important powers
Powers that are not written in the Constitution but help Congress carry out expressed powers are called-
a) implied powers b) expressed powers c) reserved powers d) important powers
Why are bills created?
a) to influence public policy b) to increase the power of Congress c) to solve problems in the country d) to help the President
How do bills start?
a) In a committee b) as an idea to fix a problem c) when the President writes them d) when they are debated
What is the first step in the bill to law process?
a) Sent to Committee b) Debated by the full house of Congress c) Introduced to the House or Senate d) Voted on
What is the step after a bill is introduced in the bill to law process?
a) Sent to Committee b) Debated by full house of Congress c) Introduced to the House or Senate d) Voted on
What happens after the bill comes out of committee?
a) Sent to Committee b) Debated by full house of Congress c) Introduced to the House or Senate d) Voted on
After the bill is debated what happens?
a) It is sent to Committee b) It is introduced c) It is voted on d) It is sent to the President
After one house of Congress passes a bill, where does it go?
a) To the President b) To the other House of Congress c) To the Vice President d) To the people
After both houses of Congress pass a bill, where does it go?
a) To the President b) to the other house of Congress c) to the Vice President d) to the people
What are the Presidents options when he receives a bill?
a) Sign it into law b) Veto it and reject it c) All of the above d)
If the President vetoes a bill, what is the last chance for the bill to be passed?
a) Congress can override with a 50% vote b) Congress cannot override a veto c) Congress can override with a 2/3rds vote d) Congress can ask the President to sign the bill
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