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44.Which state office was eliminated in 1996?a.attorney generalc.state treasurerb.animal commissionerd.sheriff
____45.In Texas, the plural executive is held accountable through all of the following EXCEPT
____46.Setting local telephone and electric rates is the responsibility of the
____47.Which of the following statements concerning the Texas Department of Insurance is INCORRECT?
____48.Authority over railroads throughout Texas was given to the ________ in 2005.a.Railroad Commission of Texasc.lieutenant governorb.Texas Department of Transportationd.attorney general
____49.The Texas State Board of Education is responsible for all of the following EXCEPT
____50.What is the purpose of the Sunset Advisory Commission in Texas?
True/FalseIndicate whether the statement is true or false.____51.The Texas governor has the power to use the pocket veto on appropriations bills.____52.The Texas governor has many formal powers, making him or her one of the United States’ strongest chief executives.____53.The Texas Constitution of 1876 placed strict limits on the governor’s ability to control the people appointed tooffice and eliminate the possibility that appointees to office could be removed.____54.The governor of Texas currently serves a two-year term in office.____55.The legislature has the ability to declare martial law.____56.Historically, Barbara Jordan, Miriam Ferguson, and Ann Richards are the only females who have ever served as governor of Texas.____57.Impeachment of a governor begins in the Texas Senate.____58.The governor makes approximately 3,000 appointments to executive boards and commissions during a single term in office.____59.Texas’s chief election official is the secretary of state.____60.Both the lieutenant governor and the secretary of state in Texas have the authority to call a special session of the legislature.____61.The Texas governor has strong powers for granting clemency.____62.The structure of the Texas executive branch is centralized, with much formal authority allocated to the governor.

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