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PS1010 Columbia Southern Congress Policymaking Role Assessment

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QUESTION 1 1. Congress's policymaking role is based on lawmaking, oversight, and ___________. power incumbency pork spending representation 12 points QUESTION 2 1. Which is true about the committee system? Committees have the power to accept or reject amendments to bills. There is only one type of committee in the U.S. Congress. Committees investigate and report on specialized subjects. Legislation is not considered by standing committees. 12 points QUESTION 3 1. How is most of the work done in Congress today? In Congressional committees In conjunction with the president On the floor of each chamber In private meetings with lobbyists 12 points QUESTION 4 1. Executive privilege refers to: the power of the president to resist subpoenas and interventions by other branches of government. the power of the president to appoint high-ranking individuals to any position of his or her choosing ...
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