U.S. Constitution

Article 1 Quiz 3

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1. All bills for raising revenues originate in the
White House
Senate
House of Representatives

 

2. Once a bill has passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, it is presented to
president
Supreme Court
State legislatures

 

3. If the president doesn't sign a bill presented to him into law, the bill must be approved by the Congress by how much of a vote?
two-thirds
three-quarters
all voting yes

 

4. Every Order, Resolution, or Vote to which the House and Senate act on shall be presented to the
state legislatures
Supreme Court
president

 

5. The Writ of Habeas Corpus cannot be suspended except when
there is a national holiday
the citizens vote to suspend it
cases of rebellion or invasion

 

6. Which of these can the states do without the approval of the Congress?
have a state income tax
place duties on imports or exports
engage in military affairs

 

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