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The President of the US Senate who is also the Vice President.
Congress has Two Chamber-The Senate and the House of Representatives
The vice president is the one mandated by the constitution to preside over the senate chamber. He is the president of the Senate.
No. The capitalized version refers to the US Senate, a proper noun. When used with other nouns (Senate chamber, Senate hearings), it is a noun adjunct. A related adjective is senatorial.
The Senate(upper chamber) and the House of Representatives (lower chamber) make up the bicameral legislature of the United States.
The Senate Majority Leader controlls the agenda of the chamber. An example would be scheduling debates and votes. Of course, He or She is a Senate Member of the Majority Party at the time.
The senate is also called the upper house.
In the Senate chamber in Rome.
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No, the Senate is the upper chamber and the House of Representatives is the lower chamber.
The Senate meets in the Senate Chamber which is in the U.S. capitol, Washington D.C., United States of America.
The trial was held in the Senate chamber of the US Capitol building in Washington, DC.
neither, sorry but the house meets in a chamber but i dont know the name of that chamber.
The US Senate has 100 members (Senators): 2 are elected from each of the 50 states.But the members of the US Senate are called senators and not "representatives." Representatives are what you call members of the other chamber of the US Congress - the House of Representatives. It has 435 members and the number is determined by the proportional population of the states.
The Senate Chamber.