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What is the difference between Congress and Senate?

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C. Lopez

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Answered Aug 22, 2019

Congress develops, proposes, ratifies bills, and passes laws. The Senate has 100 members, and the House has 435 members. Senators serve for a term of six years and must be American citizens who have lived in the United States for no less than nine years. The House of Representatives has a term of two years, and the person must also have lived in the United States for no less than seven years.

Congress develops, proposes, ratifies bills, and passes laws. The Senate has 100 members, and the
A state Senator must be at least 30 years old, while a member of the House of Representatives must be no younger than 25 years old. The Senate is called the upper chamber the lower chamber is the House of Representatives.

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