Question 214 in bush v gore the supreme court ruled 5

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QUESTION: 214 In Bush v. Gore, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that a recount in that year's presidential election must take place by midnight of December 12th, 2000. The ruling came hours before the deadline, making it too late for a recount to actually occur. What is the BEST way to describe the historical aspect of this Supreme Court case? A. This case caused states to make drastic changes in the ways that they supervised recounts in federal elections. B. This case made history as the first time that a US President had his name and cause appear in a Supreme Court case. C. This case showed for the first time that presidential candidates needed to hire lawyers even before their campaigns started. D. This case marked the first time that the judicial branch of government involved itself in a federal election, and critics said that the Supreme Court rather than the electorate had determined the winner of a presidential election. Answer: D
QUESTION: 215 The Ethics in Government Act of 1978 required elected public officials to make public some of their financial information. What could be considered a source of public demand for increased ethics in government at that time period?
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