The US Senate is the upper house of the US Congress. Bills must be passed by a majority of both houses of Congress in order to become law. Except for revenue bills, bill can be introduced in either house.
The Senate alone must confirm most appointments of the President, including ambassadors, cabinet members, federal judges and other high-ranking positions.
The Senate must ratify any treaties made with foreign governments .
voting in the senate in case of a tie
Yes- to preside over the US Senate .
He is a voting member of the Senate and so shares the duties of all US Senators. The position is mostly ceremonial and is awarded to the majority member with the most seniority in the Senate.
the leader of the Senate (called the President of the Senate); the Vice-President does not vote unless there is a tie
They share the same duties
the duties of the congress divided between the house and senate are that the senate tends to have more power than representatives
The Senate has the following duties: 1. The Senate tries impeachment cases 2. And the Senate must approve many of appointment made by the Governor
When the US Vice President is absent or acting as President, his/her Senate duties fall to the US Senate President Pro Tempore, who by tradition is the longest-serving Senator of the majority party.
It is Speaker of the house I believe.
to be a good judge
Brake the Senate
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The United States Senate has two primary exclusive duties. These are to create treaties and to hold impeachment hearings for officials.
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the duties and responsibilities are manase the goverment.propose new laws.make the armed forces.
In the United States, the elected position of vice president does not have allot of required duties. Two duties, however, are important. The vice president is the presiding official in the US Senate. And, should there be a tie in the votes in the Senate, the vice president must vote to break the tie. If by chance the US president dies or is disabled, the vice president fills that office. Full time if the president has died or serves until a disabled president can recover health to perform presidential duties.
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review the laws and see they are followed
The presiding officer is the individual that holds the position that presides over the Senate. This individual is responsible for ensuring that all duties within this area of government follow the laws of the US Constitution.
One of the few constitutional duties of the Vice-President is to serve as President of the US Senate.