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Work done to help the community.
Something that is good for everyone in a community.
A person who chooses to work without being paid.
To vote for, or choose, a leader.
To choose for a government job without voting
The right of a leader to give orders or take action.
A place where a judge decides whether a person has broken the law and, if so, what the consequences will be.
A group of usually six to twelve citizens who sit in a courtroom and listen to the facts of a case.
Property, such as a park or swimming pool, that belongs to everyone in the community
Property, such as a home business, or farm, that belongs to one person or a group of people.
A person who helps both sides settle a disagreement.
Work that is done for a city or town by departments run by the government.
Any activity, hobby, or sport done for enjoyment
A department that provides services such as garbage collection for a community
The money the government collects from citizens to pay for the services they need.
A tax that is paid by people who own land and buildings in the community.
Extra money that people must pay to support government services each time they buy something.
A group of citizens chosen to make decisions for a community.
The branch of government that makes new laws.
The branch of government, led by a mayor, governor, or president, that sees that the laws are obeyed.
The branch of government that decides whether laws are fair and whether they have been fairly carried out.
Part of a state.
The city or town in which the county's leaders meet.
The name given to local governments in the state of Louisiana by the Roman Catholic Church while the region was under Spanish rule.
A state leader elected by the people.
The building in a capital city in which lawmakers
Another word for a border.