Test #4 Study Guide - Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Mr. Newport...

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Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Mr. Newport American Government 16 October 2009 Test #4 Study Guide _________________________________________________ In what house is a bill introduced? ___________________________ What type of bill has to start in the House of Representatives? _______________________________ Where does a bill go after it’s been proposed by a house? Name the four committee actions a committee can take when they receive a bill. 1)_____________________________________ 2)_____________________________________ 3)_____________________________________ 4)_____________________________________ __________________________ After the bill is recommended by the committee, what happens? _______________________________________ What is the term used for the number of people needed in order to conduct business? _______________________________ Who decides how much debate time there is about a bill? ____________________________ What is the term for a stalling tactic used in the Senate by the minority party to prevent the Senate from taking action? _____________________________________ How many votes are needed to prevent filibuster? ______________________________________________ Who filibustered for 15 hours in 1935? ______________________________ ____________________ Who filibustered for 24 hours in 1957? What legislation was he trying to block? ________________________________ If the houses amend the bill, who creates a compromised bill for both the House and Senate to vote on? __________________ How long does Congress have to be in session after the President receives the bill, for that bill to become law without him signing it?
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Heaton Name the four options the President has when a bill is placed on his desk. 1)_______________________________________________ 2)_______________________________________________ 3)_______________________________________________ 4)_______________________________________________ __________________________________________________ What does “veto” mean in Latin? ___________________________ What fraction of votes does Congress need to override a veto?
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Test #4 Study Guide - Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Mr. Newport...

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