What two methods does congress have to deal with the misconduct by its members?
to vote on whether or not to expel the congressman
that also happens to be the only thing i know.
Unsporting behavior is a cautionable offense (yellow card). If play was stopped solely to deal with the misconduct, then the restart is an indirect free kick for the opposing team. If play was stopped for another reason, and the referee waited to deal with the misconduct, then the restart is dictated by the reason it stopped; throw-in, goal kick, etc.
Members of the House of Representatives and Senate are similar in the following ways: Both are elected by the people they represent. Both decide what bills that are introduced are passed. Both go to Washington. D.C. when Congress is in session. Both have to deal with lobbyists who want bills introduced and passed that favor their views.
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Why did Thomas Jefferson go ahead with the deal to approve the Louisiana Purchase despite his concerns?
If a player is outside the field of play in the vicinity of the penalty area beyond the byline and is fouled?
A foul cannot occur off the field of play. Any infractions off the field would be punishable as misconduct with a caution or a send off. A referee could wait and deal with the misconduct at the next stoppage, in which case the reason for the stoppage would dictate the restart. If a referee must deal with it immediately, a send off for example, then the restart will be an indirect free kick for the…
They didn't need to. They dealt with the Treaty of <i>Versailles</i>, if that's what you mean. About the Versailles Treaty (1919), they rejected it because of Article 10 which stated that they needed to join the League of Nations and that when the League went to war, all of the members had to go to war and Congress thought that was against the US constitution, "Only Congress can declare war." Hope that helped. Oh, and…