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Bills that have to do with money must start in the
a) Supreme Court
b) Senatae
c) House of Representatives
d) Silly Putty Playground

The power to get rid of laws that are against the Constitution is called
a) Silly Putty strikes again
b) Veto
c) Override
d) Judicial Review

The President serves a
a) 2-year term
b) 4-year term
c) 6-year term
d) until he runs out of Silly Putty

Supreme Court justices serve a
a) 2-year terrm
b) 6-year term
c) lifelong term
d) Silly Putty stretch

The Supreme Court
a) votes on laws
b) gives Silly Putty players money
c) approves the votes for President
d) interprets laws

The department that prints the money we use is called the Department of
a) Justice
b) State
c) the Treasury
d) Silly Putty Singles

The heads of different departments are called the
a) Congress
b) Cabinet
c) Supreme Court
d) Silly Putty Players

The President is the head of the armed forces or
a) the Boss
b) a 5-star general
c) Silly Putty Commander
d) Commander-in Chief

Congress has two parts, the
a) legislative and executive
b) Silly Putty and Silly Patty
c) federal and district
d) House and Senate

In order for a bill to become a law, it must be passed by
a) the Senate
b) both houses of Congress
c) the Supreme Court
d) Silly Putty advisors

The two major political parties in the United States are the
a) legislative and judicial
b) Republic and Democracy
c) Silly Putters and Silly Putty Slingers
d) Republicans and Democrats

When the President appoints someone to the Supreme Court, that person must be approved by
a) the House of Representatives
b) the Senate
c) a majority of the people
d) Silly Putty representatives

Congress must approve
a) all laws
b) treaties with other countries
c) both of these
d) none of these

Another word for the executive part of government is the
a) Congress
b) Supreme Court
c) President
d) Silly Putty Slinger

Federal government officials can be impeached or
a) accused of misconduct
b) fired
c) given a life sentence
d) have their Silly Putty taken away

National government is also known as
a) state
b) federal
c) Silly Putty Slingers
d) confederate

The government gets its money from
a) taxes
b) donations
c) treaties with foreign governments
d) Silly Putty sales

One power of the President is to veto or
a) kick people out of Congress
b) go to war
c) not approve a law
d) use Silly Putty to stick behind his ear

US government has
a) 5 parts
b) 10 rights
c) 3 branches
d) Silly Putty rules

The part of government that makes laws is
a) President
b) Congress
c) Supreme Court
d) Silly Putty Players

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