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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Reapportion- ment & Budgeting Structure of Congress Committees & Leadership How a Bill… Legislative Powers
This is the chamber of Congress that is affected by apportionment.
What is the House of Representatives?
This is the official name of the Congressional process to divide up the bottom line number of the budget into 13 bills, representing the spending authority of the government.
What is appropriations?
These are three things to be considered in reapportioning districts.
What are (1) same number of people in each district; (2) limit gerrymandering; (3) race / ethnicity not allowed unless a compelling interest is shown; (4) political preference ok?
These are the three parts of the budgeting process, as we discussed in class.
What are establishing the bottom line (baking the pie), appropriations (dividing up the pie), and reconciliation (plates, forks, etc)?
These are the two agencies that assist the President and the Congress in analyzing the budget.
What are the Office of Management & Budget and the Congressional Budget Office?
This is the chamber that protects minority rights.
What is the Senate?
The House of Representatives has this kind of party discipline.
What is strong?
Individual power is strong in this chamber; the majority power is weak in this chamber.
What is the Senate & the Senate?
The House Rules Committee sets the rules, which means decides, for these two things for all bills going to the House floor.
What are the length of debate & how many amendments can be offered by each side?
These are the special constitutional powers of the US Senate.
What are (1) advice and consent for presidential appointments; (2) approve treaties; (3) hold impeachment trials?
This is the head leadership role in the House of Representatives.
What is the Speaker of the House?
These are the only two kinds of congressional committees that have members from both chambers on them.
What are joint committees and conference committees?
These are the assistants to the leaders in both chambers who are responsible for counting votes and persuading legislators to vote for or against a bill.
What are whips?
This is the only kind of congressional committee that considers legislation.
What are standing committees?
These are three vote getting strategies in use in Congress.
What are logrolling, party positions, and “catch and release”?
Bills affecting revenue must start in this chamber.
What is the House?
Virtually all legislation is referred to these structures by a committee chairman for in depth study by specialist legislators.
What are subcommittees?
A president can do one of these three things to legislation that reaches his or her desk.
What are sign it, veto it, or do nothing?
This is the process by which a senator may get his view heard on a bill, on the Senate floor, while this other thing is the way the Senate stops someone from speaking.
What is the filibuster & cloture?
This is the proper order for the following steps of how a bill becomes a law in the Senate: Filibuster, committee hearing, introduction, presidential veto, subcommittee vote.
What is introduction, subcommittee vote, committee hearing, Filibuster, presidential veto?
This is the name of the congressional power that is like a vacuum cleaner extension; it is found in Article 1, Section 8, Cl. 18.
What is the necessary and proper clause?
This is arguably the most powerful enumerated power in Article 1 of the Constitution; it deals with trade between states.
What is the Commerce Clause?
During this president’s term ion office, the US Supreme Court changed how it interpreted the Commerce clause.
Who was Franklin Roosevelt?
This is an explanation as to how congressional math works (with an example!).
What is adding an enumerated power of Congress to the necessary and proper clause (& example)?
These are the two cases that we discussed in class that carved out exceptions to the power of Congress to regulate commerce.
What are US v. Lopez and US v. Morrison?
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