two-chambered as a legislative body
to change in a formal way; to change for the better
to reject, as when the President rejects a law passed by Congress
to charge a public official with having done something illegal while in office
Commander in Chief
term for the president as commander of the nations armed forces
government based on absolute power or cruelty
The power of the courts to declare a law unconstitutional
Bill of rights
The first 10 amendments to the Constitution that protects people's fundamental rights.
in violation of the constitution
to approve; to confirm
three branches of the government
Judical: Judges and courts, Legislative: CongressExecutive: President
How many supreme court justices are there?
What is the term (how long in office) does the President serve?
What is the term (how long in office) do coongressmen serve?
What is the term (how long in office) do senators serve?
What is the term of a supreme court judge?
How many senators are from each state?
What is the Supreme Law of the Land?
Name 2 responsibilities of each citizen
How many Senators are in the Senate?
Who is the head of state for the nation?
Who is the head of each state?