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Topic 4.5 #2

Topic 4 Lesson 5

TermDefinition
bill a proposed law
electoral college a group of electors from each state who are chosen by voters every 4 years to vote for the President and Vice President
Supreme Court the highest court in the U.S. established by the Constitution
appeal to ask that a decision be reviewed by a higher court
unconstitutional not permitted by the Constitution
veto to reject
override overruling
impeach bring charges of serious wrongdoing against a public official
constitutional initiative the power of citizens to call for votes to change state constitutions
local government governments on the county, parish, city, town, village, or district level
judicial review the power of the Supreme Court to declare a law unconstitutional
infrastructure system of transit lines, roads, bridges, and tunnels
Created by: ellenabney