Essay On The Three Branches Of Government

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• What are the 3 branches of the U.S. government? Explain. Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. These are the 3 branches of the Government. Over 5 million workers over see these departments to assist the President and Counsel in enforcing and sustaining laws created by Congress. These branches were created to ensure a central government in which no individual or group could gain to much control. o Legislative: Article 1 of the Constitution established the Legislative Branch. Legislative Branch is part of the government that writes up and votes on laws. Within the Legislation other powers of Congress have the ability to declare war, confirm Presidential appointments for the Supreme Court and the Cabinet. ~ www.Whitehouse.gov/1600/legislative-branch…show more content…
The President is responsible for implementing and enforcing the laws, these laws are written by Congress. The President has the assistance of the Vice President as well as the Cabinet members. ~ www.whitehouse.gov/1600/executive-branch  State Executive Branch: A Governor is elected by the people of the State, as well as any other leaders in the Executive Branch. This includes lieutenant governor, the attorney general, secretary of state, auditors and commissioners. State Branches are able to organize in any way making no two states executive organizations identical. o Judicial: This is the Court System, head of the Court system is the Supreme Court which is highest form of court in the land. All other Court systems were created by Congress, to help sustain order, and enforce laws. ~ www.whitehouse.gov/1600/judicial-branch  State Judicial Branch: The States Supreme Court leads the judicial branches. The State Supreme Courts do not hold trials as their main purpose is to fix lower court mishaps or errors. Most rulings made by the Supreme court are binding. State Government: Powers not granted to the Federal Government are reserved for states and people. The Constitution mandates that all states uphold a “republican form” of government. A three-branch system is not
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