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GPO
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congressional record
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Legislative Branch Word Search

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earmark
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Pork Barrel Projects
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legislative branch Word Search

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pork barrel legislation
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joint committees
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standing committees
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bicameral legislature

Legislative Branch Word Search

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whip
jointcommittee
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bill
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how a bill becomes a law Word Search

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defeat
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legislative branch Word Search

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pocket vote
Roll call vote
Standing Vote
Voice Vote
Cloture
Filibuster
Special interest Group
Joint Resolution
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Casework
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Ex Post Facto Law
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Bicameral

Legislative Powers Crossword

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legislature that has two houses bicameral
house that has 435 members divided between the states based on population Representatives
house of 100 members with 2 elected from each state Senate
to stop or end a session of Congress adjourn
every 10 years this is conducted to determine how many districts are in each U.S. state census
term length for members of the House of Representatives two years
term length for members of the Senate six years
U.S. Representative for Iowa District #2 Dave Loebsack
redrawing district lines to favor your party in an election gerrymandering
first female senator from Iowa Joni Ernst
box in which Representatives submit proposed legislation hopper
leader of the House who submits proposed bills to the proper committee speaker
minimum number of members that must be present to conduct official action quorum
to extend a debate to delay a vote filibuster
method to stop an extended debate by limiting each speaker to 1 hour a piece cloture
powers of Congress listed in Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution expressed
powers of Congress that COME FROM those listed in Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution implied
clause that can stretch the powers of Congress to fit within those listed elastic
bills (laws) for raising money that MUST originate in the House of Representatives revenue
bills (laws) proposed to authorize spending money appropriation
money the U.S. owes to other countries and is constantly growing national debt
commerce between the states that is regulated by Congress in Article 1 Section 8 Clause 3 of the Constitution interstate
policy powers that are shared between Congress and the president foreign
power of Congress to determine the exact path immigrants must take to citizenship naturalization

Legislative Branch Word Search

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third party
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democrat
congress
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Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Two Houses... Bicameral
What Article 1 talks about... Legislature
How much slaves counted towards representation... Threefifths
Who was not represented until much later... NativeAmericans
Leader of the House of Representatives... Speakerofthehouse
Created the two house system... Greatcompromise
Process to count citizens... Census
Numbers of members required to be present to do business... Quorum
Number of Senators in each state... Two
Number of years as Senators.... Six
Appoints representatives to fill vacancies... Governor
Who breaks ties in the Senate? Vicepresident
How much power a President pro tempore has Zero
Who trys all impeachments? TheSenate
2/3; used countless times in the Constitution... Supermajority
Least amount that Congress has to assemble... Onceayear
When does the Congress meeting occur? Thirdofjanuary
Minimum age for a Senator Thirtyyearsold
Cannot have this if you are in Congress... Governmentjob
Standing and talking for an exaggerated period of time... The Senate does this... Filibuster

4.6 Vocabulary: "Congress at Work- Making Laws" Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A provision not likely to pass on its own merit that is attached to an important measure certain to pass RIDER
Type of calendar for petitions to discharge bills from committee DISCHARGE CALENDAR
Type of calendar for all bills from the Union of the House Calendar taken out of order by unanimous consent CORRECTIONS CALENDAR
A stalling tactic by which a minority of senators seeks to delay or prevent Senate action FILIBUSTER
A majority of the full membership must be present in order for the House to do business QUORUM
Limiting debate CLOTURE
Bills that often deal with unusual or temporary matters JOINT RESOLUTIONS
Most of the bills introduced in Congress are buried, put away, or simply never acted upon PIGEONHOLED
Allows members to force a bill for consideration that has been in committee for 30 days DISCHARGE PETITION
A proposed law presented to Congress for consideration BILL
A type of veto used when the chief executive does not sign or eject the bill within the time allowed to do so POCKET VETO
Where one bill contains numerous issues and topics OMNIBUS MEASURES
Type of calendar for all private bills PRIVATE CALENDAR
This person stalled by reading recipes from the Washington telephone directory for more than 15 hours HUEY LONG
Bills that deals with a position on matters in which both the House and Senate act jointly CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS
Type of calendar for bills having to do with revenues, appropriations, or government property UNION CALENDAR
This person set the current filibuster record for 24 hours and 18 minutes stall against the Civil Rights Act of 1957 STROM THURMOND
Deal with matters concerning either house individually and are taken up only by that body RESOLUTIONS
Refusal to sign VETO
Type of calendar for all other public bills HOUSE CALENDAR
When a bill is printed in its final form ENGROSSED

congress Crossword

Type
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Description

assistant of party floor leaders whips
provision attached to an important measure rider
majority of the full membership of either house quorum
closed meeting party caucus
most important posts go to ranking members seniority rule
presiding officer of the senate president of the senate
the house sitting as a large committee itself discharge petition
enables members to force a bill out of a committee pigeonhole committee of the whole
voted on by either house, but has no force of law resolution
temporary presiding officer president pro tempore
bill has been approved at second reading engrossed