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    States Congress is made up of two chambers the House of Representatives and the Senate. All together there are 485 congress people that come together to alter current laws or suggest new legislation. They are required to meet once per year on January 3 by the US Constitution, but they come together much more often than that. Their sessions can last months if the topic is very controversial. US legislation is slow and at times painfully inefficient. In order to make new legislation, the Congress has

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    makes our laws in the congress. The legislative that takes control of our laws in Congress. Congress is two parts the United States senate and the United States house of representatives. California legislature and the U.S. Congress have eight differences between them. These differences that jointly make the California legislative and uncertain body. The term limit was one of the differences and claimed that California legislators are extended to a total of 12 years. For Congress who can assist extensively

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    Limits in Congress More than seventy-nine congressmen have been in office in both the United States House of Representatives and the Senate for twenty years or more; Patrick Leahy, Dianne Heinstein, Mitch McConnell, Mac Thornberry, and many, many more. James Madison states in Federalist 48 that “The legislative department is everywhere… drawing all power into its impetuous vortex”(Will). Congress corrupts with power and the only way to stop this is to impose term limits on the US Congress. Term limits

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    the strongest and most powerful branch in government. Bicameral legislature forced Congress to be divided into two separate branches in the hopes that it would not overpower or overwhelm the remaining branches; respectively, in order for it to not be undermined in its disputes and disagreements by the legislative

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    The Treaty of Versaille and the Congress of Vienna are major treaties that in their own way, played major parts in world history. The Congress of Vienna was created post Napoleon Era to fix the damages that France created during that time period. Nearly 100 years later, the Treaty of Versaille officially ended the first World War between Germany and the rest of the leaders of Europe including England, France, and the United States. Being from different periods of time, both agreements settled an

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    Congress has the most important role in American government. It is the main voice for the people. Congress members take the criticism and everyone's request to try to better themselves and the community. Members serve each and everyone of their constituents, the people that elected them become their districts. It is the member's duty to gratify their constituents if they want to stay in office, and every issue must be considered from the perspective of those constituents. These representatives do

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    British Parliament and the U.S congress are significantly different. First the British system of government gives much greater power to the majority party that exists in the American system of government. In the United States, presidents are elected independent from congressional elections, and serve independent from the legislative branch of government. In congress, both house of representatives and the senate must agree in order for a law to pass. Also congress has no real part in the executive

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    Power Of The Congress

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    federal laws. Founders defined Congress limits of powers, they can precise over the president and the Supreme Court, for example, the Congress can impeach the president or government officials at faults, revenue bill, and treaties, to name a few. On the other, checks and balances stop Congress from becoming so dominant to another branch. For example, the Senate can prevent a treaty signed by the president. The supreme court can also reject a law passed by the Congress. The president is in charge of

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    first Article in the Constitution, the U.S. Congress is the first branch and is also known as the most important representative body of the world. They are among the other few national representative bodies that acquire powers of governance. The U.S. Congress is made up of two chambers, The House of Representatives and The Senate. The two most important powers given to any government are the power of force and the power over money, and the U.S. Congress has the authority over the two. They have a

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    Feature Of Congress

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    U.S Congress Congress is a vital component of our government. It has a great amount of authority over foreign affairs, a bicameral legislature which seeks to balance power, as well as having power over economic matters under Article I Section 8 of the Constitution (The Logic of American Politics, 219). The failures of the Articles of Confederation called for a stronger government demanded by the people of America. The Legislative, Judicial, and Executive branches were created thus Congress was

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