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Unformatted text preview: Test I. True or False 1._____A misdemeanor receives a harsher punishment than a Felony. 2._____The president and vice-president are the only elected officials in the executive branch. 3._____The governor can serve three consecutive four year terms. 4._____Juveniles are under the age of 17 in the state of Georgia. 5._____A juvenile can be tried as an adult under certain circumstances. 6._____Legislators are on the job 365 days a year. 7._____The last hurdle a bill must clear before becoming a law is presidential approval 8._____The governor is the most powerful official in state government. 9._____The governor must be at least 28 years old. 10_____The first step in the lawmaking process is to turn an idea into a bill. II. Multiple Choice Questions 1. Circle the two types of infractions. a. Felony/Aggravated b. Aggravated/Lower c Misdemeanor/Felony d. Lower/Felony 2. The governor is: a. Appointed by the president b. Chosen by his predecessor c. Elected by a popular vote d. Elected by a state committee 3. Why did the general assembly make the law making process so difficult? a. So weak bills wouldn’t get passed b. To make it harder for citizens to propose new laws c. To deter halfhearted propositionsc....
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- Spring '11
- Law, Separation of Powers, governor