mid term 2 - Question 1 0 of 1 points A law that benefits...

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Question 1 0 of 1 points A law that benefits specific individuals for their actions, rather applied to the general population, is known as what? Selected Answer: c. Bill of attainder. Question 2 1 of 1 points How much time does the President have to report military combat action to Congress? Selected Answer: a. 60 days. Question 3 1 of 1 points The State of California has 55 electoral vote. Selected Answer: True Question 4 0 of 1 points In New York state, the court of last resort is known as what? Selected Answer: d. Supreme Court. Question 5 1 of 2 points Place the following courts in order, from highest level (at #1) to lowest level (at #4) Selected Answer 1. US Supreme Court 2. New York Court of Appeals 3. New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division 4. New York Supreme Court Question 6 1 of 1 points A law that punishes past acts that were previously lawful are called what? Selected Answer: d. Ex post facto law. Question 7 1 of 2 points Place the following in order, from most lenient (at #1) to most severe (at #4), of actions available to punish a member of Congress. Selected Answer 1. No punishment. 2. Expulsion. 3. Censure. 4. Reprimand. Question 1 of 1 points
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8 There are 535 total Presidential electoral votes up for grabs, with 270 votes needed to win. Selected Answer: False Question 9 0 of 1 points The trustee theory of representation dictates that when representing the constituency, you do what? Selected Answer: d. Vote along with the other representatives from your state. Question
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