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Appellate jurisdiction/courts Basic Criteria for President Basic Duties of Congress Bureaucrats (and what they do) Bureaucracy Cabinet Casework Censure Chief of staff Circuit courts Civil servants Civil service Class action suit Cloture Committee System Concurring opinion Conference Committees Congress Constituencies Constituents Constructionist Continuing Resolution Cost benefit analysis Court of Appeals Cracking Dean of the House Delegate Discharge petition Dissenting opinion District Courts Doorkeeper of House/Sergeant at Arms/Mace Executive agreement vs. treaty Executive Office of the President Executive orders Executive privilege Filibuster Formal/informal presidency powers Foundations(bureaucracy) Franking Privilege Gerrymandering Going public Government corporations Habeas corpus House Democratic Caucus House of Representatives (basic ideas, special powers) House Republican Conference Impeachment (powers of House/Senate) in forma pauperis Independent regulatory commissions
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  • Spring '07
  • Kieth
  • President of the United States, Formal/informal presidency powers, Bureaucracy Cabinet Casework, bureaucracy John Marshall, President Basic Duties, Concurring opinion Conference

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