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Establish Laws and Post Offices - Create Lower Courts - Provide Necessary Laws IMPLIED - Limits the number of immigrants to the US Non-Legislative (other) Powers: (pg. 163) Name of Power Explained Choosing a President If no candidate gets the necessary number of electoral votes then the HOR chooses the president from the top 3 electoral candidates. Each state gets 1 vote. Removal Power If a president in office breaks the law, they can be impeached. Two-thirds of the senates have to vote for their removal. The House of Representatives has exclusive power. Confirmation Power Has the power to approve or reject presidential
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appointments of federal officials. Most appointments deal with promotions of military officers. 20% of court nominations have been rejected. Ratification Power Has the power to ratify treaties between the US and other nations. Two-thirds of the senators present must vote for it. Helps shape foreign policy Amendment Power Congress and State have the power to propose amendments. It must be proposed by two-thirds of both houses or by convention. What is the purpose of laws? Directions: Directions: Visit this website and summarize the laws that the Kansas has created in the past included on this web page. For each law, evaluate the purpose and function of the new law. Purpose = WHY are we doing it Function = WHAT are we doing to enforce the purpose Example: Among several changes to firearms laws in House Bill 2502, public employees working for municipalities or the state will be able to conceal and carry guns on the job. This bill does not apply to private companies.
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  • Fall '19
  • President of the United States, United States Senate, President pro tempore of the United States Senate

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