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I gotta know this questionnaire for my government test.... please help!!? :) 1) The president and other federal officials may be impeached a) for "treason or other crimes that affect the entire nation" under Article I of the Constitution b) "only upon suspicion of treason or resignation without notice" under Article I of the Constitution c) ''only after removal from office for charges related to treason" under Article II of the Constitution d) for "treason, bribery, or other high crimes or misdemeanors" under Article II of the Constitution

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ohh thanks :) and what about this one: The existence and monitoring of independent regulatory agencies depends on the a) President b) Congress c) Bureaucracy d) Supreme Court
m not sure bout this bt i guess its d supreme court
post your new question in a new thread plz
For #2 i dont think its d... might be btween A or B... but not sure of it.... :/ one more question?! :) Examples of how Congress oversees the power of the executive branch is its power to a) approve presidential appointments and conduct investigations b) create regulations that only apply to official executive offices c) sign the president's policies into law and enforce regulations d) impeach executive officials for creating too much red tape
I'm thinking a.
#3 is NOT B. I got that one wrong. NOT B.
#1 is NOT C. #2 IS B, I got it right.

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