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branches of government

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Ivan Miranda

on 14 April 2016

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Transcript of branches of government

legislative branch
The main job of the legislative branch is to make state laws. The legislative branch has two houses. One of them is the senate the other one is the assembly. In the assembly there are 150 members. Every person that is elected is an assembly for 2 years. there are 61 senators in the senate each elected for 2 years. The legislative branch makes laws about what kids learn in school. they also give licenses to doctors,lawyers,nurses and other professionals. It makes laws for criminals and protect people ex. wearing seat belts protect citizens from getting hurt in a car
Branches Of Government
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3 levels of government
There are many branches of governments all with different rules but they all have three of the same branches. they are the judicial branch, The executive branch, and the legislative branch. they all do different things. they all play different parts in the government and we will tell you all about them.
executive branch
The Judicial branch of government is made up of our national court system. Including the highest court of the land the supreme court. 7,500 cases are sent to the supreme court and only 80 to 100 cases are usually accepted for hearings. The supreme court is made up of nine justices. 1 of the justices serves as the chief justice. The supreme court mainly hears cases that test interpret or explain laws that have been passed by Congress and signed by the president.
the main job of the executive of the federal government is to make sure that the laws of the United States are carried out. to become president a person must have been born in the United States, be at least 35 years old, and have lived in the country for the last fourteen years.Before a bill passed by the congress becomes a law, it must be signed by the president. If the president does not like a bill, he can refuse to sign it. veto
In conclusion if we didn't have these branches of government, America would run a lot differently. Same with the 3 levels of government. Without them more places would work a lot differently. I hope you enjoyed this prezi on the 3 branches and 3 levels of government.
the three levels of government are the local, state, and federal governments.New York has three levels of of local government. They are: county,city/town, and village. they make sure they provide laws and services for respective communities. The state government. The state government helps run the state. The leader of the state government is the state governor with all of his partners. they also help make laws for the state. The Federal government. The leader of the federal government is the president. The federal government runs the country. They make laws for the country, declare wars for the other countries , and declare peace. Those are the 3 levels of government.
A bill becomes a law when someone calls there
local congress man and argues about what she
thinks should be a law then the local congress
man sends the bill to the congress while they
about it in committee if the bill passes then
goes to the house of representatives and if most
people in the house say yes then goes to the senate and the process starts over again.then the bill gets sent to the white house with a lot of other bills. If the president signs the bill the bill becomes a LAW!!!!!! If he doesn't sign it that's called a veto
How a bill becomes a law
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