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Here is the open-book exercise that will complete your course work.   Each question can be answered in three sentences or less.  Some of you  had trouble with Canvas on the midterm; feel free to submit this on the  regular ccsf message platform.   If you do use Canvas, avoid attachments...my computer has trouble  accessing them.  Deadline for submission:  Tuesday, May 5, 11:00pm.

1.  How many electoral votes are needed to elect a President?   How  is that number determined?  What happens if no candidate reaches that  number?

2. The House uses the Rules Committee to set the rules of debate for a  bill before the whole House.  What does the Senate use (instead of a  powerful Rules Committee ) to establish the rules of debate?

3. Why was the Marbury v. Madison decision so important for the U.S. Supreme Court?

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