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U.S. Government Notebook : M 4 L 3 Your Name Amanda Rose INSTRUCTIONS: Follow the prompts, which are in green, and respond in the white sections. Each section matches a part of your online lesson. Write in complete sentences and include details from the lesson or text as much as possible. Example answer starts have been provided for you. You must name your notebook the same as the lesson name and add your last name. EXAMPLE: U.S.Gov.M1.L1.Smith (U.S. Government 12.Module1.Lesson1.Smith) 1. Write the learning goal(s). describe the process for the creation of laws through the legislative branch; evaluate the manner in which checks and balances affects the process of passing legislation 2. Essential Question Write the Essential Question for this lesson in the section below. Should it be easier to pass a bill in Congress? 3. Write each of the vocabulary words and a definition: Note: Not all lessons have five vocabulary words. Standard: RH.6-8.4 1. Bill - A proposed law presented to a legislative body for consideration 2. Committee - A group of people appointed for a specific function 3. Filibuster - The use of any “dilatory or obstructive tactics to block a measure coming to a vote” 4. Hopper - A box in which a bill to be considered by a legislative body is dropped 5. Oversight - Congressional power to ensure the Executive carries out the responsibilities properly 4. Concept: Congressional Power Read through the case of McCulloch v. Maryland and answer the following questions based on the Court’s findings. Standards: 5.2, RH.11-12.1, RH. 11-12.2, RH.11-12.3, WRST.11-12.1, WRST.11-12.2 1. How did Congress have the authority to establish a national bank? - Congress had the authority to establish a national bank because they voted in a unanimous decision that Maryland could not tax instruments of the national government employed in the execution of constitutional powers. 2. Did Maryland unconstitutionally interfere with congressional powers? - Maryland did unconstitutionally interfere with congressional powers because it is a national bank and not their jurisdiction to be imposing any taxes.
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