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Map, p What is the subject of the map? 8-2. Which states gained representatives after the 2000 census?
Map, page List three states that lost seats since the last census Which state has the most electoral votes?
Chart, Which Senate committee appoints judges to the federal courts? 8-6. Which committee deals with the problems facing the airline industry?
Chart, p 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 Which clause gives Congress the power to declare war? Which clause allows Congress to govern Washington, D.C.?
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Chart, p Who can introduce bills into Congress? 9-4. What happens to a revised bill?
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