Two real parties.
Parties must have a personal and substantial interest injury.
The case must be a real situation and not a hypothetical situation.
The case must be based on the common law.
Full, faith, and credit.
Right of rendition.
Not signing the bill.
Passing the bill again by a two-thirds majority in both houses.
Voting to place the bill in the congressional record.
Youth ages 18 to 21 years old.
None - no amendment refers to the press.
The buying and selling of securities by the Federal Reserve to affect the economy.
The reduction in trade barriers to facilitate trade (for example, NAFTA).
The clearance of checks by the Federal Reserve.
The lending by the Federal Reserve to member banks who then make loans.
A responsive mechanism; the need of the city to be responsive to all groups in a city.
A representative mechanism; the city must have on the council exact proportions of each major social group in the city.
A service deliverer concerned with efficiency and economy of service provision.
A holding corporation whose purpose is to contract with private businesses to provide services.
TANF is entirely federal, which AFDC was a federal-state cooperative program.
There was no time limit on receiving AFDC; for TANF, you can only receive funding for five years.
AFDC did not go to non-citizen immigrants; TANF does include them.
AFDC included the provision of child care; TANF does not.
Physicians and outpatient services.
Nursing homes for custodial care.
The Federal Reserve Bank.
The Joint Economic Committee of Congress.
The President of the United States.
The Senate Budget Committee.
On the basis of what is charged.
By establishing a grant to the hospital based upon how many Medicare patients are treated.
By a price list for each service rendered (established by a national expenditure committee).
On the basis of a predetermined amount for the condition for which the person was admitted.
It has significantly increased over the last 25 years.
It has been reduced primarily because of the indexing of social security.
It has remained the same despite policy efforts to reduce it.
It fell from 1980 to 1990, then rose again, approximating the level in 1980.
The Marshall Plan.
Combined the CIA and the NSA.
Made the National Security Council a cabinet department equal with the State and Defense.
Created an independent office of Director of Intelligence, a job previously performed by the director of the CIA.
Removed the counter-intellicence function from the FBI and gave it to the CIA.
Secretary of State.
Secretary of Defense.
Chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff
Off the record.
On the record.
A "cooling off" period before workers in a critical industry could strike.
The right of the federal workers in non-defense agencies to organize and strike.
The government's right to prohibit strikes by industrial workers during war time.
Collective bargaining and the right to organize as a national policy.
Supreme Court deliberations.
Presidential campaign contributions.
Legislative committees may not cut mandatory spending levels.
Mandatory spending is not subject to the annual appropriations process.
Discretionary spending increases in one budget category must be offset by reductions elsewhere.
Bill to re-categorize mandatory funding as discretionary must originate in the House.
Because it had a large backlog of cases.
He wanted the court to represent a greater diversity of the population.
The Court had invalidated many New Deal programs.
He wanted to divide the court into a criminal and a civil panel.
It stayed about the same.
It rose sharply, and then fell sharply.
The amendment must be proposed by three-fourths of both houses of Congress and approved by legislatures of two-thirds of the states.
The amendment must be proposed by two-thirds of both houses of Congress and approved by the legislatures of three-fourths of the states.
The amendment must be proposed by two-thirds of both houses of Congress, signed by the President, and approved by the legislatures of three-fourths of the states.
Ame amendment must be approved by conventions in two-thirds of the states, and the approved by three-quarters of both houses of Congress.
It remains vacant until the next election.
The president's political party holds a mini convention to select a new vice president.
The Senate selects a new vice president.
The president nominates a new vice president, who must be approved by a majority of the Congress.