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The Executive branch The Legislative branch The Judicial branch
1.President 1.1 Duties a. sign bills into laws b. enforce the law c. command the military d. prepare the budget
1.Vice President 1.1 Duties a. helps the President b. leader of the Senate
1.The Cabinet 1.1 Duties and Appointment a. advise the President b. appointment by the President
1. Congress 1.1 Duties a. collect taxes b. borrow money c. control immigration d. make laws e. set up a Judicial and postal service
1. The House of Representatives a. has 435 representatives b. represents every state according to the population c. representatives must be a U.S. citizen d. at list 25 years old
1. The Senate a. has 100 senators b. two senators for each state c. six - year term d. senators, must be at least 30 years old
1. Supreme Court a. has 9 justices b. Federal courts c. hear cases d. interpret laws e. the highest court f. the President and Congress choose the justices.
U.S. Constitution We the People.
Three Branches of Government
The Branches of Government
3 Branches of Government
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Executive (President) Judicial (Supreme Court) Legislative (Congress)
The Legislative Branch
THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT. The Legislative Branch Main function is to make laws. Consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate Senators have.
The Three Branches of the United States Government.
Three Branch of Government By Macee Executive Branch The Executive Branch is run by the President and Vice President. The Executive Branch is housed.
The Three Branches of government Legislative Branch Executive Branch Judicial branch.
Governments in the United States Learning objectives: 1. Understand how the United States government functions 2. Name and understand the three branches.
3 BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT. Take out your vocabulary for this section. DO NOW.
Separation of Powers. Legislative Branch House of Representatives ( 435 members) Serves 2-year term Must be 25 years old and been a citizen for 7 years.
ARTICLE I: LEGISLATIVE BRANCH TWO HOUSES: HOUSE OF REPS./ SENATE HOW MEMBERS FROM EACH HOUSE MUST BE CHOSEN AND WHAT RULES THEY MUST FOLLOW IN MAKING LAWS.
Article One: The Legislative Branch. The Powers of the Congress Writes the Laws Confirms presidential appointments Approves treaties Grants money Declares.
#1-Card What are the three branches of government?
THE THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT United states government The Constitution created a government of three equal branches, or parts. The Constitution is.
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