Georgia's lawmaking branch, which is in charge of creating, debating and determining the laws that guide the state.
Georgia’s legislature which is made up of the Georgia Senate and the Georgia House of Representatives.
the process through which a legislative body prepares and enacts laws through its lawmaking process.
the head of the majority party in a legislative body
the head of the minority party in a legislative body
the primary leader of the House of Representatives in the General Assembly
a committee created for a specific, pressing cause
a committee that exists on a permanent basis in charge of reviewing and refining legislative measures that come under the subject area of the committee
money paid by citizens that go to the Georgia state government
funds collected from taxes on income, profit, sales, and property.
A branch in Georgia in which the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary for State, Attorney General, and State Treasurer are responsible for enforcing and carrying out laws
the elected executive head of a state of Georgia
the executive official of a state who follows the governor in rank and assumes their position in the event of infirmity or death.
a legal officer who represents Georgia in legal proceedings and gives legal advice to the government.
the leading judge in Georgia’s Supreme Court
the body of laws in Georgia regulating ordinary private matters
the highest court in the Judicial Branch in Georgia
a legal system focused with punishing individuals who commit crimes
A branch in Georgia responsible for interpreting laws
a court of appeals that deals with less serious criminal offenses
a court with wide authority over the territory of a specific state
those serving on the Supreme Court of Georgia
a judicial procedure in which a case from a lower court is taken to a higher court for review of a lower court’s
a court that is part of the Georgian judicial system and is responsible for hearing and evaluating legal appeals
A court of appeals reviews appeals from district courts within its circuit on objections to district court rulings.
a group that heavily influenced the ratification of the 18th amendment
man who traveled across the Atlantic ocean solo from NYC to Paris
who started the back to Africa movement
president who wanted to return to Normalcy
group of people that were feared during the red scare
created the first plane to take off and land n water
the men who were arrested and executed due to nativity fear spurred on by the red scare
movement of African Americans to the north for jobs
music that was contributed from the harlem renaissance
selling of this product was a major cause of prosperity
court case that argued modern vs traditionalism
women who challenged traditional restrictions
scandal that warren Harding was involved in sold land with oil on it
people that disliked foreigners and immigrants
18th amendment led to a rise in
repealed prohibition and brought alcohol back
investing in the stock market
effort of the harlem renaissance
underground club that sold alcohol illegally
types of purchases that increased
awakening of African Americans culture in NYC
powers that are shared by both federal and state governments (power to tax, build roads, create lower courts)
powers include the power to coin money, to regulate commerce, to declare war, to raise and maintain armed forces, and to establish a Post Office.
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States
the branch that carries out and enforces laws
political powers granted to the United States government that aren't explicitly stated in the Constitution.
having two branches or chambers
review by the US Supreme Court of the constitutional validity of a legislative act.
a constitutional right to reject a decision or proposal made by a law-making body.
charge with treason or another crime against the government.
a compulsory contribution to state revenue
a minor change or addition designed to improve a text, piece of legislation
a meeting at which local members of a political party register their preference among candidates running for office or select delegates to attend a convention.
sign or give formal consent to, making it officially valid.
Each branch checks the power of others
all power that is not listed in the constitution is reserved for the states or people
separating power between branches to ensure that no one has too much power
_______ amendment to the Constitution of the United States adopted in 1920; guarantees that no state can deny the right to vote on the basis of sex
First President of the National American women's suffrage Association/tried to cast a vote in 1972.
Organized the first women's rights convention and served as the first president of the NAWSA; Elizabeth Cady _____
Right to vote
Wife of John Adams. During the Revolutionary War, she wrote letters to her husband describing life on the homefront. She urged her husband to remember America's women in the new government he was helping to create.
active in the antislavery movement, and helped to organize the Seneca Falls Convention. This marked the beginning of an organized women's movement
give voting rights
people who fought against women's suffrage
try and influence legislature
First document calling for equal rights for women; Declaration of ____
Founder of the League of Woman Voters; Carrie Chapman ______
First women's rights convention
first state to legalize womens voting in 1893
girls that worked in facotries during the industrial revolution
the lady that started the Seneca Falls Convention
a symbol of forst wave feminism during WWI
First womens convention
the rights of citizens to political and social freedom and equality
young women hat enjoyed flouting conventional standards and behavior in the 1920s
National Women's Studies Association
the idea that women should stay home and take care of the family (very popular in early America)
the right to vote in political elections
womem's suffrage activist