Joe Hartsfield and Roger McRoy have a complicated legal dispute over the location of the property line between their farms. Their case is being decided by the U.S. Supreme Court. Where was their case heard just before entering the U.S. Supreme Court?
It was heard in a federal court of appeals, represented by section B on the diagram.
It was heard in a federal district court, represented by section D on the diagram.
It was heard in a state court of appeals, represented by section E on the diagram.
It was heard in a state court of last resort, represented by section C on the diagram.
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The chart below represents the steps in the process of a bill becoming a law. Use the chart to answer the following question.
Which section of this chart represents the point where a bill is introduced from the House and Senate?
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Some one writes a bill, then the bill is introduced into one of the chambers (House or Senate) It's assigned a number and sent to one or more committees. It goes through discussion and vote in committee. If it passes through examination by those commitees it goes to the floor of that chamber for a full vote. If it passes there, it goes to the other chamber to repeat the process.
A bill has to be passed by both chambers to be sent to the president. Often the House and Senate pass different versions of the same bill. That's when the get a comittee with members from both chambers together to work it out. (J on the chart)