In state constitutions differ from the U.S. constitution becuase although it lays out the executive (Mayors), legislative ( Not sure...), and judicail ( Courts, Jury's, ect.) branches they are allowed to create they're own laws and bill of rights.
2)C Florida used voters and us had elected officials which meant they both had to be proposed and approved by the people.
3)A. cause all people that are old enough are allowed to vote.
4) B. because its a artical from the Florida constitution and states they can revise it.
5) A. its has the reasoning in the answer :p
6)B. because legislature makes laws.
7) B. because they have Legislature, Judicial, and Executive.
8) C. because senators make and enforce laws.
9)C. because in the us constitution states the same information.
10) D because this would also be known as voting I believe.
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Under the United States Constitution, the powers that the states possess are those that are not given to federal government and those that are not prohibited by the Constitution itself. This is clearly seen here in the 10th Amendment. The states are free to set forth any laws that are constitutional so this does not mean any powers people want.
2.The correct answer here is the option A.
John C. Calhoun believed as did some other prominent politicians that nullification of federal laws was justified as the Constitution does not expressly give Congress the right to control states. But nullification is actually not legal and not true because of the Supremacy Clause that states that the Constitution and the federal laws created in accordance with it are the supreme law of the land. Also, Article III of the Constitution states that it is the federal judiciary that has the final say in the constitutionality of a law.
3.The correct answer here is the option A.
When the citizens of the United States think about the Constitution they mainly think about the Constitution of the United States. But before the colonies came together to create the Union they already created their own individual constitutions and entered the Union as free states. But these have been changed after the establishment of the Union in order to more reflect the Constitution of the United States.
2. A. Because this Constitution does not expressly give Congress the right to control states
3. D. They did not create a court system
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1. B. The process at the federal level has more opportunity for direct voter input.
The federal amendment process tend to be made public since it would change the constitution. Because of this, people tend to be given the opportunity to give direct input or even directly votes for the decisions that must be followed by the government.
3. C. Both set up government structure
Both the senate and the us constitution regulates the right and obligations of each part of the governments. This limit the power of every representatives depending to the position that they held, and it also provide the government with a clear system to determine who shall be held responsible if a certain unwanted circumstances happen.
4. U.S Constitution, because it creates all the types of courts that may exist in any state of the nation.
The creation of different levels of courts make it easier for the government to handle the cases that happen nationwide. It directly separates the jurisdiction that a court have over another along with the type of cases that might be presented in each courts.
5. Florida supreme court
The florida supreme court is operated by 7 justices (including one that acted as the chief of justices). This court is made to interpet the florida law and every decisions that are made by the florida supreme court must be followed and will overrule the lower courts in florida
6. B. Contain three separate branches of government
Both the federal government and the government of Florida separate their governments into executive, legislative, and judiciary branches. The legislative branch mostly involved in the creation of laws, the executive branch would be involved in enforcing the law while the judicery branches would interpret the law and deliver verdicts.
7. B. U.S President
Every decisions that the united states president has would override the highest military general. The president would also given an exclusive access to the deadliest military weapons that united states have . These weapons could be mobilized by president from any location.
8.C. Florida constitution and extends the power of initiative to the people
To enforce the power of initiative, the people would be given a chance to vote whether a certain legislation should be changed or not. Most recently, the power of initiative is used by the citizens of England to vote for British Exit from the European Union.
9. A. is most similar to the Preamble to the U.S Constitution
The preamble contains the opening statement for the constitution. It includes the fundamental principles that the creator of the document had when writing the constitution. There is no legislation written in the preamble part of the document.
10. D. The Florida Legislature makes laws for the state of Florida.
The laws that created by the Florida legislatures can be implemented in Florida's jurisdiction alone. But, if the Florida legislature somehow contradict the legislature made by the federal government, the federal government's legislature shall be followed due to the supremacy clause.
1.To perpetuate the principles of free government, insure justice to all, preserve peace, promote the interest and happiness of the citizen and of the family, and transmit to posterity the enjoyment of liberty, we the people of Georgia, relying upon the protection and guidance of Almighty God, do ordain and establish
2.Article I: Bill of Rights Article One describes the Georgia Bill of Rights. These are the Rights of Persons, the Origin and Structure of Government and other General Provisions. The first Section, the Rights of Persons, lists twenty-eight paragraphs of individual rights.
3.Article II: Voting and Elections
Article Two describes Voting and Elections in Georgia. Specifically, the three Sections of the Article deal with the method of voting and the right to register and vote; general provisions and suspension and removal of public officials.
4.The Bill of Rights is the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. It spells out Americans' rights in relation to their government. It guarantees civil rights and liberties to the individual—like freedom of speech, press, and religion.
5.The first article of the current Georgia Constitution is also a Bill of Rights. Originally ... Section 1 details the rights of persons and contains many of the same protec- ... for a corporate body (the Trust) and an unspecified number of trustees in.
The Georgia Constitution, which was ratified in 1983, is the governing document of Georgia. It is the second newest state constitution in the United States, following Rhode Island. It has 11 sections, and unlike most state constitutions, it is further subdivided into paragraphs.
7.Article One of the Georgia State Constitution describes the Georgia Bill of Rights, a set of forty paragraphs which enumerate the Rights of Persons, the Origin and Structure of Government and other General Provisions.
8.Both the Georgia Constitution and the US Constitution contain a Bill of Rights which is designed to safeguard the liberties of the people. ... The Georgia Constitution, like the US Constitution makes mention of the three branches of government—legislative, executive, and judicial.
9.The current Georgia State Constitution was ratified on November 2, 1982. It is the newest state constitution in the United States and is Georgia's tenth Constitution, replacing the previous 1976 constitution.
10.An amendment is a change to the Constitution. The first ten amendments to the Constitution became known as the Bill of Rights. These first amendments were designed to protect individual rights and liberties, like the right to free speech and the right to trial by jury.
11.Georgia has a supreme court of state and the U.S has a supreme court. ... The U.S constitution has them in the 10 amendments, and the Georgia constitution has them in the first article.
12.The division of government into executive, legislative, and judicial branches. In the case of the federal government, the three branches were established by the Constitution. The executive branch consists of the president, the cabinet, and the various departments and executive agencies.
13.According to the doctrine of separation of powers, the U.S. Constitution distributed the power of the federal government among these three branches, and built a system of checks and balances to ensure that no one branch could become too powerful.
14.They can impeach officials, override a governor's veto of bills to make them in to laws, confirm appointments made by the governor, and propose constitutional changes. ... They can impeach officials and propose constitutional changes.
If the Governor takes no action within the prescribed time, the Bill becomes a Law – also called a 'pocket veto'. If the Governor vetoes the Bill, the General Assembly may override the veto with a two-thirds vote by each House during the next Session.
16.Separation of powers is a doctrine of constitutional law under which the three branches of government (executive, legislative, and judicial) are kept separate. This is also known as the system of checks and balances, because each branch is given certain powers so as to check and balance the other branches.
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B. Most state constitutions are longer and more detailed.
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I'm not sure about it but I think it's c.
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