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What are eight of the most important legislative powers of State Legislatures?

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Legislatures powers may include passing laws, establishing the government's budget, confirming executive appointments, ratifying treaties, investigating the executive branch, impeaching and removing from office members of the executive and judiciary, and redressing constituents' grievances. AnswerParty Forever!

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