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Map, p.140-141 8-1. What is the subject of the map? 8-2. Which states gained representatives after the 2000 census?
Map, page 140 8-3. List three states that lost seats since the last census. 8-4. Which state has the most electoral votes?
Chart, 142 8-5. Which Senate committee appoints judges to the federal courts? 8-6. Which committee deals with the problems facing the airline industry?
Chart, p. 149 8-7. What is the difference between the expressed and implied powers of Congress? 8-8. Which clause gives Congress the power to declare war?
Chart, p. 149 8-9. Which clause gives Congress the power to declare war? 8-10. Which clause allows Congress to govern Washington, D.C.?
Chart, p. 158 9-1. What percentage of the US Senators are women? 9-2. How many House members have a law background?
Chart, p. 160 9-3. Who can introduce bills into Congress? 9-4. What happens to a revised bill?
Chart, p. 168 9-5. Who follows the Speaker of the House in succession? 9-6. Who would become president first: the Secretary of Labor or the Secretary of Commerce?
Citizenship skillbuilder, p. 170 9-7. How many electoral votes did the state of CA have? 9-8. the state of TX?
Citizenship skillbuilder, p. 170 9-9. Which candidate won the election? 9-10. Which candidate won the electoral vote?
Citizenship skillbuilder, p Which candidate won the election? 6-2. Which candidate won the electoral vote?
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