quiz 6-8 - Quiz 6a chapter 9 1. Exchanging votes as favors...

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Quiz 6a chapter 9 1. Exchanging votes as favors is also known as what? Log rolling 2. Who approves treaties with foreign nations? The senate 3. How many seats are in the House of Representatives? 435 4. Which is not a role of members of congress? Enforcer 5. A law that punishes as individuals for a past action that was previously legal is known as what? Ex post facto law 6. A _____ committee is one that is permanently established to deal with a specific are of legislation. Standing 7. The senate has the power to impeach government officials. False 8. For how many years are the terms for US Senators? 6 9. Which of the following is a major power of congress? Declaring war 10. Congress can pass bills to create federal laws for the benefit of one specific individual. True Quiz 6b Chapter 12 1. Who confirms a presidential appointment to the federal court system? Senate 2. How long are the terms federal judges? Lifetime 3. How many Supreme Court justices are there? 9 4. Which case gave the US Supreme Court the power to review the constitutionality of laws? Marbury v. Madison 5. Which of the following is not a limit on judicial power? Supreme Court’s power to grant
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2009 for the course PS PS 1 taught by Professor Petri during the Summer '09 term at Saddleback.

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quiz 6-8 - Quiz 6a chapter 9 1. Exchanging votes as favors...

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