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This court settles disputes involving the interpretation of the Constitution. This court has full authority over federal courts.
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This court settles disputes involving the interpretation of the Constitution. This court has full authority over federal courts.
Supreme Court
Second highest level of the federal judiciary. 12 total in the U.S. Serve as gatekeepers to the Supreme Court.
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Second highest level of the federal judiciary. 12 total in the U.S. Serve as gatekeepers to the Supreme Court.
Court of Appeals
What type or types of jurisdiction does the Supreme Court have?
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What type or types of jurisdiction does the Supreme Court have?
Original and Appellate
Type of court established to meet a particular purpose. Also known as legislative courts. An example is the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
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Type of court established to meet a particular purpose. Also known as legislative courts. An example is the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
Special Court
The head Supreme Court Justice is called the ___ Justice, while the other eight are called ___ Justices.
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The head Supreme Court Justice is called the ___ Justice, while the other eight are called ___ Justices.
Chief, Associate
Attorney General heads this department and sometimes gives legal advice to the President. Responsible for providing legal counsel for the people of the U.S.
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Attorney General heads this department and sometimes gives legal advice to the President. Responsible for providing legal counsel for the people of the U.S.
Dept. of Justice
This dept. advises the president on foreign policy and negotiates treaties.
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This dept. advises the president on foreign policy and negotiates treaties.
Dept of State
This dept. develops and recommends fiscal policies. They also print and coin money.
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This dept. develops and recommends fiscal policies. They also print and coin money.
Dept. of Treasury
This dept. is responsible for furthering international trade, economic growth and technological advancement opportunities in the U.S. They also issue patents and trademarks.
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This dept. is responsible for furthering international trade, economic growth and technological advancement opportunities in the U.S. They also issue patents and trademarks.
Dept of Commerce
This dept. is responsible for protecting and ensuring access to the natural and cultural resources of the U.S. They also are responsible for ensuring the U.S. upholds its responsibilities to Native American tribes.
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This dept. is responsible for protecting and ensuring access to the natural and cultural resources of the U.S. They also are responsible for ensuring the U.S. upholds its responsibilities to Native American tribes.
Dept. of Interior
Establishing and collecting taxes, providing defense for our country, borrowing money, and establishing immigration policies are all powers named in the Constitution given to ____.
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Establishing and collecting taxes, providing defense for our country, borrowing money, and establishing immigration policies are all powers named in the Constitution given to ____.
Congress
To run for this office, you must be 30 years old, a citizen for at least nine years, and a resident of the state to which they are elected.
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To run for this office, you must be 30 years old, a citizen for at least nine years, and a resident of the state to which they are elected.
Senate
All bills that have to do with raising revenue, such as those for taxes, must originate where?
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All bills that have to do with raising revenue, such as those for taxes, must originate where?
House of Representatives
Permanent committe created to address changing political, social, and economic conditions. Examples: Banking Committee, Indian Affairs Committee, and Veterans' Affairs Committee. Fill in the blanks: _____ Committees of the _____.
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Permanent committe created to address changing political, social, and economic conditions. Examples: Banking Committee, Indian Affairs Committee, and Veterans' Affairs Committee. Fill in the blanks: _____ Committees of the _____.
Standing Committees of the Senate
The ____ ____ Committee was established in 1946 when Congress passed the Employment Act of 1946. The purpose of this committee is to study and investigate economic conditions and to make recommendations regarding possible efforts to better economic policy.
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The ____ ____ Committee was established in 1946 when Congress passed the Employment Act of 1946. The purpose of this committee is to study and investigate economic conditions and to make recommendations regarding possible efforts to better economic policy.
Joint Economic Committee
This party is considered socially conservative and economically neoliberal.
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This party is considered socially conservative and economically neoliberal.
Republican Party
This party began as a conservative party in the mid 1800's but later evolved into a more liberal party.
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This party began as a conservative party in the mid 1800's but later evolved into a more liberal party.
Democratic Party
This party is a liberal minority party that has been in existence since the 1980's. They advocate decentralization of government and local autonomy.
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This party is a liberal minority party that has been in existence since the 1980's. They advocate decentralization of government and local autonomy.
Green Party
This party is a minority party created in 1971 that centers around individual liberties. They want to end taxes and minimally regulate a free market economy.
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This party is a minority party created in 1971 that centers around individual liberties. They want to end taxes and minimally regulate a free market economy.
Libertarian Party
This party is a conservative minority party founded in 1992. Their beliefs are centered around the Bible and favor limiting federal government and U.S. involvement in international affairs.
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This party is a conservative minority party founded in 1992. Their beliefs are centered around the Bible and favor limiting federal government and U.S. involvement in international affairs.
Constitution Party
This Act was comprised of the 1870 Force Act and the 1871 Ku Klux Klan Act. It was passed primarily with the intention of protecting southern blacks from the Ku Klux Klan.
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This Act was comprised of the 1870 Force Act and the 1871 Ku Klux Klan Act. It was passed primarily with the intention of protecting southern blacks from the Ku Klux Klan.
Civil Rights Act of 1871
This Act was signed by FDR in 1941. It banned racial discrimination in industries related to national defense.
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This Act was signed by FDR in 1941. It banned racial discrimination in industries related to national defense.
Fair Employment Act
This Act made it illegal to discriminate against individuals during the sale, rental, or financing of housing.
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This Act made it illegal to discriminate against individuals during the sale, rental, or financing of housing.
Civil Rights Act of 1968 or Fair Housing Act of 1968
This Act granted the right to a trial by jury to individuals involved in cases of employment discrimination.
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This Act granted the right to a trial by jury to individuals involved in cases of employment discrimination.
Civil Rights Act of 1991
This Act was passed in 1990 and was signed by George Bush Sr. It was passed to protect those who suffer from some type of impairment.
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This Act was passed in 1990 and was signed by George Bush Sr. It was passed to protect those who suffer from some type of impairment.
Americans with Disabilities Act

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