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Women in Congress | Facts of Congress
Women in Congress | Facts of Congress

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Women received the right to vote in the United States in 1920. The first woman elected to Congress was in 1916. Jeanette Rankin was elected to the House of Representatives from the Montana. While...
Amendments | Facts of Congress
Amendments | Facts of Congress

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Amendments are important part of what happens in Congress. A member proposes a bill that gets sent to a committee for viewing. They can vote to add amendments to the bill. Amendments can change the...
Facts of Congress (Full Program)
Facts of Congress (Full Program)

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This series of 30 animated, short programs are fast-paced and rich in content to interest students about facts, history and operations of our Congress. The programs address citizenship and...
Who Can Be Congressperson? | Facts of Congress
Who Can Be Congressperson? | Facts of Congress

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The basic rules for who can become a Congressperson include an age limit. To become a member of House of Representative, the person must be at least 25 years old. To become a member of the Senate, the...
Citizen Participation | Facts of Congress
Citizen Participation | Facts of Congress

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The United States depends on citizen participation. If you don't participate and discuss what you want, you will not see the results you desire. To participate, you can write to your representative...
Senate | Facts of Congress
Senate | Facts of Congress

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Learn about the Senate, one of the bodies that make up the U.S. Congress. There are 100 senators, two from each state. Senators can serve six-year terms. Some of their duties include approving or...
Civility | Facts of Congress
Civility | Facts of Congress

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Congress deals with many difficult issues which can cause disagreements. Civility is very important to keep the government going. This means lawmakers should respect one another even if they don't...
Checks and Balances | Facts of Congress
Checks and Balances | Facts of Congress

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No branch of government should dominate the other. Congress passes laws, but the President must approve. The President nominates judges, but Congress approves. The Supreme Court can declare laws...