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Grade 3 Executive Branch
Grade 12 US Laws and Amendments
Grade 5 Executive Branch
This person has the power to veto laws.
  1. the president
  2. the vice president
  3. the governor
  4. a member of Congress
Grade 6 Executive Branch
The Executive Branch is headed by the?
  1. President of the United States
  2. Congress
  3. Supreme Court
  4. Capitol Hil
Grade 8 US Government
What principle gives specific powers to each branch of government?
  1. Seperation of Powers
  2. Law and Order
  3. Seperation of Church and State
  4. sovereignty
Grade 5 US Government
Grade 5 Executive Branch
Grade 6 Judicial Branch
The Judicial Branch is headed by the?
  1. Senate
  2. House of Representatives
  3. Supreme Court and its judges
  4. President
Grade 5 US Laws and Amendments
The first 10 amendments are known as what?
  1. things
  2. laws
  3. Bill of Rights
Grade 4 Executive Branch
The Executive Branch of government refers to
  1. the Supreme Court, and other judges
  2. the President, a governor, or mayor
  3. the Senate, the House of Representatives
  4. none of these
Grade 5 Legislative Branch
Which of the following does Congress not do?
  1. regulate trade and currency
  2. appoint judges
  3. make laws
  4. declare war
Grade 6 Executive Branch
Grade 12 Executive Branch
Which THREE things qualifies a person to vote in the U.S.?
  1. Residency
  2. Income
  3. Citizenship
  4. Level of education
  5. Minimum age of 18
Grade 4 Judicial Branch
The Judicial branch of government is responsible for
  1. voting on important issues, confirming appointments, and writing laws
  2. determining whether a law or the Constitution has been violated
  3. enforcing laws and protecting the Constitution and the Nation
  4. none of these
Grade 12 Executive Branch
American presidents are elected :
  1. every four years
  2. every five years
  3. every six years
  4. every seven years
Grade 3 Executive Branch
Where does the President live?
  1. The White House
  2. The Little White House
  3. Your house
  4. The Parthenon
Grade 4 Legislative Branch
How many Senators can each state have?
  1. It depends on the population.
  2. It depends on how many miles wide the state is.
  3. 2
  4. 5
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