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Civics Quiz 2

Civics Notes

QuestionAnswer
Who makes the law? Legislative Branch
Who checks the Constitutionality of the laws? Judicial Branch
Who are the Justices working for? Judicial Branch
Who impeaches Justices? Legislative Branch
Who vetos the law? The Executive branch
Who overrides the President's veto? The Legislative branch
Who does the president appoint? Justices and Cabinet members
Who approves Presidential appointments? The Legislative Branch
Who writes the bills? The Legislative branch
Who did not approve the bill and vetoed it? The Executive Branch
Naturalization to grant full citizenship to a foreigner
Implied Powers powers not specifically granted in the Constitution. Ex: cabinet
Duty actions required by laws that include obeying laws, paying taxes, helping to defend the country, and serving on juries.
Responsibility things that should be done for the good of the United States, but are not required by law.
Amendment an addition to the US Constitution. A way to make a change in a democratic society.
Bill of Rights the first 10 amendments to the Constitution. These protect the individual rights of Americans.
What does voting allow you? 1. Participate in government 2. Guide politicians to create change.
Created by: kguilmino225