A bicameral legislative branch
A top-down judicial branch
An executive branch that would be more powerful than the other branches of government
Size and shape
Size and funciton
Structure and function
House Members from State Delegations
Appointment by the exective branch
V, III, II, I, IV
I,II, III, IV, V
I, III, IV, V, II
Pass federal laws.
Coining money, declaring war, and interpreting the law.
Collecting taxes, declaring war, and appropriating money.
Levy taxes, deploy the army, and regulate interstate commerce.
Electoral Powers, Impeachment Power, and Treaty Power
Confirmation Power, War Powers, and Investigative Power
Ombudsman Powers, Governing Powers, and Telekinetic Powers
The responsibility of Congress to spend the People's Money responsibly.
The responsibility of Congress to make sure the Executive Branch carries out laws that have been passed.
The Responsibility of Congressmen and Congresswomen to attend a majority of the votes that come onto the House floor.
Political Party Membership and Popularity
Political Party Membership and IQ Test Results
Political Party Membership and Committees.
Cast votes as a tie-breaker.
Call the body to order.
Introduce the daily agenda.
Is 2nd in line to the Presidency
Assigns bills to committees
Both a and b are correct
Neither b or c
Is the third in charge in each house
"whips" his party members into shape
Schedules bills for debate
The Assistant to the Vice President
4th in line for the Presidency