Three branches By Kelsey and Elizabeth
Judical Branch The Judicial Branch makes sure laws are fair and constitutional. The Judicial Branch of government is made up of the court system. The Supreme Court decides arguments about the meaning of laws, how they are applied, and whether they break the rules of the constitution.
JUDICIAL BRANCH the Judicial Branch oversees the court system of the U.S.A through court cases the Judicial Branch explains the meaning of the constitution and laws passed by congress on the supreme court there are nine justices eight associate justice and one chief justice.
Executive Branch The Executive branch of government makes sure that the laws of the united states obeyed the president of the united states is the head of the Executive branch of government. carries out laws passed by the legislative branch.
EXECUTIVE BRANCH This is very large so the president gets help from the vice president, department head (cabinet) member, and head of independent agencies the president is elected by thirteen county and serves a four year term. the president approves and carries out laws passed by the legislative branch. He carries out laws passed by the legislative branch.
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH The Legislative branch of government is made up of the congeress ,and government agencies, such as the government printing office and the library of congress, that provide assistance to and support services for the congress.
Legislative Branch The Legislative branch is made up of the two houses of congress-the senate and the houses of Represenatives the most important duty of the Legislaive branch is to make laws. Laws are written discussed and voted on in congress. There are 100 senators in the senators, two from each state senators are elected by their state and serve six- year terms.
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