Summary: Tx Govt

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  • Which state legislative chamber always elects its own presiding officer?

    House of Representatives
  • The presiding officers of he Senate and House of Representatives, compared to their national and state counterparts, are:

    Stronger
  • The committee system is based on the principle of:

    division of labor
  • The best committees to serve on are the committees concerned with:

    money
  • The least important factor considered by legislature's presiding officers in making committee appointments are:

    party affiliation
  • Majoritarianism is the main value of the state:

    House of Representatives
  • Who sets the agenda for special legislative sessions?

    the Governor
  • Who has the item veto?

    the Governor
  • If the Attorney General says a bill is unconstitutional, the Legislature will normally:

    drop it
  • What fraction of each house of the legislature is necessary to override the Comptroller's objections to a spending bill?

    4/5
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