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Georgia Politics Study Guide POLS 1101 Dr. Cann Key Terms: Constitution Similarities and differences between U.S. and Georgia constitution Amendment process for Georgia constitution Local governments in the state constitution Home Rule Charter Line-Item Veto Georgia General Assembly Legislative professionalism Representation in Senate and House Term lengths for State Senators, State House, and Governor Powers of the governor Plural Executive Special district SPLOST – special project local options state tax Runoff election Recall election Referendum Implied powers in state and federal constitutions Questions How many constitutions has Georgia had? Is this a lot or just a few compared to other states? In what ways is the Georgia General Assembly similar to Congress? How is it different? In what ways is the Georgia Executive Branch similar to the U.S. Presidency? How is it different? Chapter 6 Study Guide POLS 1101 Dr. Cann Key Terms: Civil Rights Equal Protection Clause 13th Amendment – gets rid of slavery 14th Amendment – dues process 15th Amendment – equal voting Suspect Class Strict Scrutiny
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Intermediate Scrutiny Rational Basis Dred Scott v. Sanford Jim Crow Laws Plessy v. Ferguson Brown v. Board of Education
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