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National Gov't


Appointment to be chosen
Bicameral Two-house, as in a legislature with two houses
Bureaucracy An organization of government departments, agencies, and offices. they help the president carryout the laws and advise him on policy
confirm to approve of
House of Representatives Lower house of Congress. number per state is based on population. 435 members
Senate The upper house of the U.S. Congress. Has 100 members.
Ambassador Official representatives to foreign countries
impeach to accuse the President or other high government officials of serious wrongdoing
Veto to reject, as in to reject a bill
Executive the branch that executes the laws
Created by: MichelleTweedy