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Can propose laws Can veto laws (Stem Cell Research) Can call special sessions of Congress Makes appointments to federal posts Negotiates foreign treaties
Appoints Supreme Court judges Can grant pardons to federal offenders
Can override presidential veto Confirms executive appointments Ratifies treaties Can declare war Appropriates money (Iraq War) Can impeach and remove president
Creates lower federal courts Can impeach and remove judges Can impose amendments to overrule judicial decisions Approves appointments of Supreme Court judges
Can declare executive actions unconstitutional (JUDICAL REVIEW) Chief Justice sits as President of the Senate during Presidential Impeachment
Can declare acts of Congress unconstitutional (JUDICIAL REVIEW)
The Principles of the United States Constitution.
Checks & Balances The Balance of Power between Branches.
The Five Principles Underlying the United States Constitution
Laws Separation of Powers Carries Out Interprerts Makes
Three Branches of the Government
Principles of the Constitution
CHECKS AND BALANCES Legislative Checks on: Judicial Power Judicial Power Refuse to confirm appointments Refuse to confirm appointments Remove judges.
Separation of Powers Directions: The following PowerPoint is designed to help you review which branch of government is responsible for things. Review.
K STAFFORD MBMS 2013 Checks and Balances. Baron de Montesquieu Baron de Montesquieu French Nobility Believed in the ‘Separation of Powers’ which would.
Checks and Balances. Legislative Branch Checks on Executive Branch Override president’s veto Can impeach and remove the president Can reject presidential.
Checks and Balances.
Governmental Structure Separation of Powers. Legislative Branch Two branches (House and Senate) –House of Representatives based on population –Senate.
Separation of Powers. The United States Supreme Court.
Roles of the President!. Constitutional Roles: Chief Legislator 1. Powers: A. Proposes legislation. B. Vetoes legislation. C. Calls special sessions of.
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.
Government. One government – three branches The Framers (Founding Fathers) wanted a balanced government, where one person or group could not become.
Legislative Branch House of Representatives House of Representatives (435 members) (435 members) (makes the laws) (makes the laws) 1. Representatives.
6.2 5 Principles of the Constitution. The People Rule popular sovereignty –“We the people” People hold the final authority in govt Constitution=contract.
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