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What is the term length of the house and how many can they serve?
2, infinity
What is the term length of the senate and how many can they serve?
6, no limit
What is the minimum age for the house?
25
What is the minimum age for the senate?
30
What is the minimum years citizenship for the house?
7
What is the minimum years citizenship for the senate?
9
How many members are in the house?
435
How many years must the president live in the US?
14
Who is the president's constiuency?
electoral college
How many electoral votes are there?
538
Article I
Legislative branch.
ARticle II
Exectutive branch
Article III
Judicial branch
Article IV
Relationship between states
Article V
Provisions for ammending.
Article VI
Supremacy of National law
Article VII
Ratification
1st ammendment
freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition
2nd ammendment
right to bear arms
3rd
No forced quartering of troops
4th
the right to privacy and no search without warrant
5th
the right to not incriminate oneself
6th
a speedy public trial and impartial jury
7th
rights in civil trials
8th
no excessive bails, fines, or cruel and unusual punishment
9th
The right to other basic rights not listed
10th
if things are listed, states have right to decide
inherent powers
powers that belong to the national government because it is a soveirgn state, not in the constitution
reserved powers
powers that the constitution does not grant to the national government nor deny to the states