What was the relationship between President Bill Clintion and the Congress?
the president can declare war with the consent of congress..................
The relationship between federal and state governments is dynamic and is affected by the policies of the president and of Congress
The President and Congress share power. The President may suggest measures that he thinks Congress should take, but Congress gets to propose legislation. The President, however, gets to veto measures he disapproves of ( although this can be overridden by a 2/3 vote in the house and senate).
What was the relationship between President Andrew Johnson and Congress Did they get along or don't they?
They did not get along they disagreed on many subjects
The relationship between federal and state governments is affected by what 1.Article I. 2.interstate commerce. 3.income tax levels. 4.policies of the president and Congress.?
The policies of the president and Congress affect the relationship between federal and state government.
How can the relationship between the republican congress and president Andrew Johnson during the reconstruction be described?
They did not share the same goals on Reconstruction.
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Which statement best describes the relationship between the republican congress and president andrew johnson during reconstruction?
They did not share the same goals on Reconstruction
What statement best describes the relationship between the republican congress and president Andrew Johnson during reconstruction?
they did not share the same goals on reconstruction
What statement best describes the relationship between a the republican congress and president Andrew Johnson during reconstruction?
They did not share the same goals on reconstruction
What is the realtionship between voters, congress, and the law?
Carter did not have a good working relationship with Congress, and it greatly affected his ability to get his legislative agenda passed. The tension between the White House and Congress only grew throughout his presidency. President Carter would lose his reelection bid to Ronald Reagan.
gridlock occurs when president and congress cannot agree on legoslation.. no cooperation
Checks and balances between Congress and the president are intended to limit the potential powers of both.
Why do the different constituencies of the president and congress casue conflict between the executive and legislative branches?
Because it will make the President and Congress compete for power
is it the congress or the president,i think the obama president
Members of Congress often have ideas very different from the president about what constitutes desirable public policy.
The iron triangle refers to the complex relationship between interest groups, Congress, and the federal bureaucracy.
Which of the following statements best describes the relationship between lobbyists and Congress in recent years?
The relationship between lobbyists and Congress has become so close that many have argued that lobbyists have become like staff members to the Republican leadership.
How did the War Powers Act of 1973 impact the relationship between the president and the legislative branch?
The main requirement that the War Powers Resolution (1973) asked of the President was to notify Congress at least 48 hours before sending troops to a location for purposes of military action.
The supreme court is allowed to call actions by the President or Congress to be unconstitutional and therefor unlawful. The president is allowed to veto bills passed by congress so that they are unable to be called law. Senate has the power to impeach the president of the US.
What group formulated a statement explaining the fair relationship between the colonies and Britain?
the First Continental Congress. the First Continental Congress. the First Continental Congress. the First Continental Congress.
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Because otherwise the president or the congress would have all the power. It would be like North Korea where the president has all the power. He could do whatever he wants.
thats what i would like to know....
to maintain the relationship between the preisdent and the nation and congress
He send his bill to congress which became to be called hundred days. Congress passed major acts to resolve the economic crisis.
The president must seek approval of congress when deciding whether or not to go to war with another country, or when the question of a treaty between countries is proposed.
There's a good relationship between The White House and the Uruguayan government. They signed a TIFA treatment some time ago for exchanges. ex-President George W. Bush visited Uruguay some years ago during the current presidency of Uruguayan President Tabaré Vázquez and the relationship between Uruguayan President and US President Barack Obama is good.
The president often proposes legislation to the Congress, which passes the actual laws and monitors their enforcement. When differences develop between the president and Congress over what a law means, the federal courts may be called on to interpret what Congress intended when it passed the law...MoMMy.! :)
Partisan political differences
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The complex relationship between interest groups the government bureaucracy and Congress is referred to as?
the iron triangle.
The relationship between President Answer Jackson and Vice President John Calhoun deteriorated during the years of 1829 to 1832. They had very different opinions about how to run the country and how to tax the people.
Describe the primary constitutional conflict between Congress and the President over the decision to go to war?
Congress has the ability to decide if the country should go to war. The president of the US creates all tactical planning of the war once Congress initiates the act. Congress does not have the ability to end a war once it begins. However, the president must depend on Congress to keep funding the war efforts.
Lobbyists are representatives of interests groups right? Interest groups are a way for constituents to influence Congress. Lobbies are an irreplacable source of information for members of congress.
The New Deal had lasting effects including the relationship change between the federal government and Americans. The increasing power of the President and lessened power of Congress is the most profound and long-lasting effect of the New Deal.
What is the Pact between the president and a foreign state that does not require approval of congress?
They have no representation in Congress, yet they pay taxes to US.
The iron triangle deals with the complex relationship between interest group the government bureaucracy and?
i say Congress
The US President is not a legislator. He plays no role in Congress. This is one of the big differences between the US Constitution and a parliamentary system in which the Prime Minister is the leader of his party on the legislature.
The president can veto a law passed by congress but the congress can override his veto what is this an example of?
The system of checks and balances between the three branches of the federal government.
The power of foreign policy is divided between the Congress and the president. The president will hold this power through the executive branch.
The executive powers given to congress by the constitution serve as checks balances between the senate and?
because they were deeply trouble about the relationship between great britian and its colonirs in america.
Good for the most part. Civil Rights Act of 64 bby