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1The U.S. CongressChelsea PenrodAmerican National GovernmentUniversity of Phoenix Online
2The Unites States (U.S.) Congress is the bicameral legislature of the country’s federalgovernment.The Congress is consisted of two chambers: The House of Representatives and theSenate. The House of Representative’s members serve a two-year term representing the people oftheir district. Representatives introduce bills and resolutions, offer amendments and serve oncommittees. The number of representatives is based off of the state’s population. Unlike therepresentatives, each state is appointed two senators, no matter the population of the state.Senators serve a six-year term instead of two. The Senator’s rolesinclude writing and passinglaws, approving many presidential appointments, and ratifying treaties with other countries.The United States Constitution gives the congress the rules to what they are they areallowed to do.
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