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A) The Senate decides, with the House of Representatives, that a disputed state ratification of a proposed constitutional amendment is valid.

B) The Senate determines the eligibility of a person to serve as a senator.

C) The Senate appoints a commission to adjudicate finally a boundary dispute between two states.

D) The Senate passes a resolution calling on the President to pursue a certain foreign policy.

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Exam Tip from Author Mary Basick: This question illustrates an underlying concept you should always consider with Con Law MBE questions. Whenever a government actor takes action, you must ask if the power being asserted is allowed. The federal government has limited enumerated powers. Proactively look for the choice that exemplifies a power not granted to Congress.

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