6 Functions of Congress
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process of establishing the legal rules that govern society.
Service to Constituents
service to people specific with in the state or district to gain favoritism (for relection).
the function of members of Congress as elected officials representing the views of their constituents.
process by which Congress follows up on laws it has enacted to ensure that they are being enforced and administered in the way Congress intended
Congress determining the way the school district is to be run (to gain favoritism).
compromising with laws that are in the process of being passed (to gain favoritism of the people).
a legislator who is an agent of the voters who elected him or her and who votes according to the views of constituents regardless of personal beliefs.
legislator who acts according to her or his conscience and the board of interests of the entire society.
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