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Which is NOT something the governor may do? propose a bill
What happens after the governor signs a bill? it becomes law
What does popular sovereignty mean? people have the right to decide
How do Texans practice popular sovereignty? vote
Describe how the principles of separations of powers and checks and balances work together in Texas government. Government is divided into 3 branches with checks and balances
What is the Bill of Rights? Part of the Constitution that protects individuals freedoms
How is the Texas Bill of Rights an example of the principles of limited government and individual freedom? Individual rights are protected from government
List the 3 branches of government. Legislative, executive, judicial
What basic principle of government does having 3 branches reflect? separation of powers
List 7 powers of the Legislative Branch. 1.Propose & approve bills, 2. oversees local gov'ts, 3. tax spending and borrowing money, 4. approve appointments, 5. set budgets, and 6. impeach
Created by: laurie.gilbert