People $500-Answer Who is president pro tempore?
Congressional Powers $100 Where must all bills involving spending originate?
Congressional Powers $200 Name 3 powers that Congress is specifically denied by the Constitution.
Congressional Powers $300 Regarding war and armed forces, what are two specific powers granted to Congress?
Congressional Powers $400 What are the specific listed powers of Congress called?
Congressional Powers $500 What gives Congress room to expand its powers?
Congressional Powers $100- Answer What is the House of Representatives?
Congressional Powers $200- Answer What are: 1. Favoring one states trade over another 2. Passing ex post facto laws 3. Passing bills of attainder 4. Taxing exports
Congressional Powers $300- Answer What are: Declaring war and Raising an Army and Navy.
Congressional Powers $400- Answer What are enumerated (or delegated) powers?
Congressional Powers $500- Answer What is the elastic clause? (acc. Necessary and Proper clause)
Members of Congress $100 Representatives in the house must be how old?
Members of Congress $200 Senators represent how much of their home state?
Members of Congress $300 How long is a Senators’ term and how many Senators are up for re-election every 2 years?
Members of Congress $400 All members of Congress enjoy being able to send mail without paying postage. What is this called?
Members of Congress $500 A. When Congressional districts are redrawn based on the Census, it is called this. B. When Congressional districts are redrawn to favor one party or group of people over another, it is called this.
Final Jeopardy List the basic steps for a bill to become a law in the United States Congress.
Final Jeopardy-Answer 1. Introduced in the House (or Senate) 2. Assigned to a standing committee 3. Assigned to a subcommittee, researched, debated, amended. 4. Voted on in the committee, reported out, and sent to floor of the House 5.Voted on the floor of the House 6. All repeated for Senate (or House) 7. May need to go to conference committee to work out differences between House and Senate versions 8. Goes to the President for his or her signature