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U.S. Constitution

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What is the lower house? House of Representatives
Who makes up the Legislative branch? The House of Representatives and the Senate
What is the upper house? Senate
Who makes up the Executive branch? The President and the Vice President
Who interprets the laws? Judicial branch
Who enforces the laws? Executive branch
Who makes the laws? Legislative branch
Judicial review was created by which landmark case? Marbury v. Madison
What is Judicial review? The power of the judicial branch to declare laws unconstitutional
What is in the 1st amendment? speach, religion, press, assembly, and petition
what is the 2nd amendment? The right to bear arms
what is the 3rd amendment? don't let soldiers in your home
What is the 4th amendment? no searches unless warrant
What is the 5th amendment? Don't speech when you aren't supposed to
What is the 6th amendment? Speedy trial
What is the 7th amendment? Me v. you
What is the 8th amendment? No cruel or unusual punishments
What is the 9th amendment? rights of the people
What is the 10th amendment? Federalism
What makes up the Bill of Rights? The first 10 amendments
two amendments that are limited in school the 1st and 4th
How can congress override a presidential veto? by getting 2/3 votes from legislative branch
According to the Preamble of the U.S. Constitution, where does the power of government come from? the power comes from the people
what did the farmers mean when they said "More perfect union"? to create a more better federal government
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