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legislative branch

bicamral a legislature of 2 parts or houses
constituent a detailed written plan of gov't
majority party the party with more than half of the senate or house of reps
minority party the party with less than half of the senate or house of reps
speaker of the house most powerful person in the house of reps
president pro tempor person who acts like a charman in the senate
standing comity thay continue there work session to session
select committees a spetial job for short period of time
joint committees committees that consist of both houses
expressed powers powers given to congres in the constitution
implied powers powers congress have but are not writen
writ of habeas corpus to explain why thay are holding a person
bills of attainder a law that punishes a person accused of a crime
ex post facto laws punished for a crime you did befor it was a law
Created by: soccergirl