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jasonmitchell:

_____________ is a non-elected official with no real power, however they usually choose and carry out a specific agenda while they hold their office.

8 months ago
kittybasil:

Hm, the closest I could find was bureaucrat but Lemme get back to you on that

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

alright i'll wait i'm in a middle of something

8 months ago
kittybasil:

Or it could be a lobbyist ... Do you get dinged if you're wrong? And do you have multiple attempts or

8 months ago
kittybasil:

Most sources say bureaucrats though So I would go with that

8 months ago
kittybasil:

They usually do stuff in office even if they're not elected. Lobbyists are more for pushing for change ? I think It's been a really long time since I took political science

8 months ago
kittybasil:

Okay, I got something!

Wililam Tarbush wrote:
In US politics, the Supreme Court justices, cabinet members of the executive branch, and some lesser courts and sub-cabinet level officials are appointed and not elected. In the US, we often use the term bureaucrats to denote many of these members.
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8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

so it's bureaucrats ?

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

???

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

RIGHT

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

In order for the Supreme Court to interpret a law it must be a ____________ first.

8 months ago
kittybasil:

I was afk, but probably

8 months ago
kittybasil:

In answer to that question, see this video

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

i can't right now in the middle of something

8 months ago
kittybasil:

Hmm well Try this: Lyrics to the video

8 months ago
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