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what branch deals with the supreme court?
Judicial
popular soverghty
ruled by the people
federalism
a system in which power is divided between the national and state govt
how can the president check congress
by vetoing
what does it require to overturn a veto
2/3 vote from each house
federal bureacracy is madeof employees fomr the _______ branch
executive
expressed power
power directly stated in the constitution
enujmerated powers
include the elastic clause
the 1st home of congress waws in _____ ______
New York
Juducuak review elevated the status of the _______ _______
supreme court
this gives congress the right to make all laws necessary and proper
elestic clause
which article describes enumerated powers
Article one
what act did sam and geeta dardick change govt policy with
executive branch
3 issues fedural courts deal with
bankruptcy, martine law, treaties with forign nations
name 2 ways the supreme couurt decisions can be overturned
amendment
rwhich cheif justice was most closely associated with judicial activism
Earl Warrn
how did the founders provide for change in the constitution
amend the constitution
which is the only way the constitution can be amended
two thirds vote of each house
what is the limit on how much time a state can take to ratidy an amedment
7 years
what action between hands of states does not require congressional approval
congressional agreement
which amendment pretects freedom of speech
1st
in order to get a search warrents _________ cause is needed
probable
what the the purpose of the bill of rights
to give people there basic rights
prior restraint
govt censorship of information before its published
when a defendant cant get an impartial trial he may be asked for a change of _______
venue
how are the 21st and 18th amendment related
they both banned alcohol
what did the 29h amendment eliminate
pole taxes
includes expressed, implied, and inherent
delegated powers
based on the necesssary and proper clasue
elastic clause
state powers
reserved powers
supremacy clasue
laws passed in congress
what is the constititional obligation of the national government to thte states
outlined in artivle iv, section 3 +4. the three obligations are republican form of government , protection, territorial integrity
who has to pay for all nation election
states to the nation government
extradile
to return a criminal or fugituve who flees across state lines back to the original state
full faith and credit
shall be givin a wach state to have public acts, records, and judicial proceeding of every other state
public acts
refers to civl laws passd by state legislatures
interstate compacts
a written agreement between two or more states
what are laws relating to diputes between individuals groups of states called
civil laws
states cannot use _______ when sttling_______
force, disputes
where is the only place one sttate can see another
supreme court
nondiscrimination against other states citizens
privileges and immunities
states rights favors _____ action
local
nationalist postion favors_____ action
federal
what is preemptional used for?
responsibility for a state government function to gain contol over another state
which chief justive was a supporter of states rights
chief justice roger B. taney
FDR was a supporter of the ______ position
Nationalist
the civil rights act of 1964 was passed useing what sonstititional authority
commarce
what position gave congress the right to tax incomes
income tax
the repationship between federal and state government is affected by whose policies?
sixteenth amendment
Includes expressed, implied, and inherent
delegated powers
based on the necessary and prper chase
elestic clause
state powers
reserved powers
both state and national governmant
concurrent
provide one example of inherent powers
immigration
supremacy clause
laws passed by congress
what is the constitutional obligations of the national government to the states
outlined in article 4, section 3+4. the three obligations are republican form of government, protection, territorial integrity
policy
is a stated course of action
sunset laws
periodidc checks of government agencies
david levitt made a diffrence for
hungry people
government administrators are part of
bureaucracy
what laws prevent public officials holding secret meetings?
sunshine laws
lessons the risk of one political party getting a rise on political power
federalism