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7. The War Powers Act A) allows the President to commit troops to active duty for 60 days without Congressional approval B) was meant to limit the use of the President’s commander-in-chief powerC) has actually expanded the President’s ability to use troops D) all of the above
8. In Marbury v. Madison, the Supreme Court
9. The Supreme Court can review a state court decision
10. A dissenting opinion can be important because
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11. An executive order is…A.A bill that incorporates many bills that are unrelated to the original bill.B.An order issued by the president to an executive branch of the government and having the force of law.C.An order given to the Supreme Court for judicial review.D.Temporary "treaties" between the President and the executive authority of another country.
12. A signing statement is…
13. An executive agreement is…
14. What does a “writ of certiorari” do?

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