In texas what is the primary effect of a plural

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33.In Texas, what is the primary effect of a plural executive?a.It dilutes the power of the governor and fragments the executive branch.b.It grants the governor additional powers since it makes for a powerful executive branch.c.It makes the executive branch less accountable to the voters.d.It leads to excessive corruption within the executive branch.
____34.What makes the greatest difference between strong and weak governors of Texas?
____35.Why did the Texas Constitution establish a plural executive?
____36.In Texas, which officer in the plural executive is NOT elected by voters?
____37.What is the primary task of the Texas secretary of state?a.to oversee the state’s foreign, economic, and diplomatic policyb.to handle elections and voter registrationc.to collect child-support paymentsd.to coordinate and plan projects in conjunction with the federal government
____38.Which of the following about the lieutenant governor in Texas is INCORRECT?
____39.The chief lawyer for Texas is the
____40.Which entity has the main responsibility for collecting child-support payments?
____41.The ________ is the oldest state agency in Texas.a.General Land Officec.Railroad Commissionb.Texas Ranger Divisiond.Department of Public Safety
____42.Which office is charged with ensuring the accuracy of official weights and measures?
____43.In Texas, what is the most important power of the state comptroller?
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