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What is the hierarchy in the structure of the house?

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  1. Aysa
    A fast simple way to break down the structure of the House of Representatives:

    You have

    The Speaker of the House

    Majority Leader// / Minority Leader (Same level of Leadership)

    Majority Whip// / Minority Whip (Same level of Leadership)

    Explanation:

    The Speaker is at the top, and the members are at the bottom.

    Article I of the Constitution describes the arm, referred to as Congress. once hashing out the terms of the nice Compromise, the framers created a bicameral law-makers, with a lower chamber referred to as the House of Representatives and an higher chamber referred to as the Senate.
  2. Amauria
    A fast simple way to break down the structure of the House of Representatives:

    You have ...

    The Speaker of the House

    Majority Leader// / Minority Leader (Same level of Leadership)

    Majority Whip// / Minority Whip (Same level of Leadership)
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