POS1570: Final Exam

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  1. Bills must pass only one chamber to become law.
    A)
    B)
    B)
  2. Congress has no other responsibility besides creating and passing laws.
    A)
    B)
    B)
  3. Constitutional presiding officers of the House and Senate are:
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    B)
    C)
    D)
    A)
  4. Bills are referred to committees for research, testimony, debate, amendment, and possibly approval.
    A)
    B)
    A)
  5. An approach to lawmaking in which the legislator does his or her best to represent the will of the people is known as:
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    B)
    C)
    D)
    C)
  6. Differences between the House and Senate include:
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    B)
    C)
    D)
    A)
  7. What U.S. senator conducted the longest filibustering speech in American history in 1957?

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    B)
    C)
    D)
    B)
  8. Supporting a colleague's bill in exchange for support of one's own bill is known as reciprocity or logrolling.
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    B)
    A)
  9. Reapportionment & redistricting occur after _____.
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    B)
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    D)
    C)
  10. Gerrymandering occurs when committees release bills and move them to the calendar for a floor vote.
    A)
    B)
    B)

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