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  • Q1
    What age is suffrage given to citizens in Georgia?
  • Q2
    What are the four components that make up the structure of Georgia's Constitution?
    preamble, bill of rights, articles, amendments
  • Q3
    What are the three principals for the Pledge of Allegiance for Georgia's Flag?
    wisdom, justice, moderation
  • Q4
    What will happen if a Georgia citizen does not report to jury duty?
    They face jail time
  • Q5
    What are four differences between Georgia's Constitution and the US Constitution?
    Georgia's constitution is longer, local governments are mentioned, Georgia's voters must vote to approve any amendments, and Georgia must maintain a balanced budget
  • Q6
    What are four similarities between Georgia's Constitution and the US Constitution?
    Bill of Rights, Separation of Powers, Executive right to veto bills, Supreme court in both are allowed to determine if something is unconstitutional
  • Q7
    7. What word describes something that goes against the laws of the state?
  • Q8
    What are Georgia's three branches of government?
    Legislative, Executive, and Judicial
  • Q9
    A person wants to make a law that states that all people 16 years of age and older should have the right to vote. What government branch must this person work with in order to get the law voted for by the people?
  • Q10
    Georgia elects a new governor, and the governor does not like hunting and fishing. The governor decides to make a law to make hunting and fishing illegal. Many people are upset about this and state that it is unconstitutional. In this situation who is right and why?
    The people because Bill of Rights for Georgia XXVIII states that fishing and hunting is preserved for the people and only law can regulate it furthermore laws cannot be changed by only one branch of government.
  • Q11
    What is the preamble of the GA State Constitution?
    ...we the people of Georgia, relying upon the protection and guidance of Almighty God, do ordain and establish this Constitution.
  • Q12
    Who does we refer to?
    all Georgians
  • Q13
    What is most like the reason the writers of the constitution included the word we?
    They wanted to reinforce the idea that people are the most important part of the government.
  • Q14
    The state government is organized so each branch has its own powers and responsibilities. What is this called?
    separation of powers
  • Q15
    A 14-year-old person skips school twice in a week without any sort of explanation. What may this person be charged with?
    Unruly behavior

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