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Explain Mass Media and given an example
Information given to a large number of people TV, Newspapers, Internet
Action by Congress or Convention Ratification by States
The _____________ is the supreme law of the land
How can Congress override a Presidential Veto?
2/3 vote in the Senate AND 2/3 vote in the House of Representatives
Give two strategies to evaluate campaign material
Separate fact from Opinion Detect Bias Evaluate Sources Identify Propaganda
What was the first Constitution of the United States?
Articles of Confederation
The powers NOT given to the national government by the Constitution of the United States of America are:
How many amendments have been added to the Constitution?
What amendment explains citizenship?
Name the five freedoms in the 1 st Amendment?
Press, Petition, Assembly, Religion, Speech
What is Due Process?
Who is the executive at the Virginia State level
Governor Tim Kaine
What is the job of the executive branch?
Enforce the law Make sure people follow the law
What court case established Judicial Review?
Marbury v. Madison
Who is our executive at the local level?
Who is in charge of the federal bureaucracy?
Name the bicameral legislature in Virginia
What two houses make up Congress?
U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate
Where in the Constitution does Virginia get power?
What does Congress have to do with the Electoral College?
The number of electors from each state equals the number of senators and representatives the state sends to Congress
What is a check the executive branch has over the legislative branch? has over the judicial branch?
The executive branch vetoes laws The executive branch appoints federal judges
What amendment explains citizenship?
What are two ways you can obtain citizenship?
Birth or Naturalization
What was our first constitution and explain one of its weaknesses
Articles of Confederation *National Government had no power to tax *States made their own money *No executive or judicial branch
What are 3 ways you can register to vote?
1. By mail application 2. at the Department of Motor Vehicles 3. in person at the Registrars office
Explain how a bill becomes a law
Introduced in either house Goes to committee Debated on the floor Voted on Same process in the other house Conference Committee if any changes Goes to President
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