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Strong Executive Branch

And its importance.
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on 12 May 2010

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Strong executive branch By Krishna Parikh Positions There are many departments in the Executive Branch; here are some in order of Presidential Succession. # Office Current Officer
1 Vice President Joe Biden
2 Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi
3 President pro tempore of the Senate Robert Byrd
4 Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
5 Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner
6 Secretary of Defense Robert Gates
7 Attorney General Eric Holder
8 Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar
9 Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack
10 Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke
11 Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis
12 Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius
13 Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan
14 Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood
15 Secretary of Energy Steven Chu
16 Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
17 Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki
18 Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano The President Is Advised By Has the Final Say In Can _____ A Bill The Cabinet ExEcutive office of the President This is made up of the heads of the
executive departments There are over 4000 members of this sections, all which report directly to the president to advise him
on more particular details All military actions. He is the Commander in
Cheif. He doesnt actually lead soldiers into
battle but is in constant contact with military
officers. Sign it, Pass it. Veto it, maybe get it overriden. Leave it on his desk for 10 days If congress is still in session, it passes If congress is no longer in session, he pockets it, and it dies. Has Many Roles He is the:
Chief executive
Legislative leader
Commander in Cheif
Foreign policy leader
Juducial leader
Party Leader
Cheif of State Independent Agencies &
Regulatory Commissions Independent agencies are agencies that perform specialized duties that often dont fit into any regular departments
Regulatory Commissions are groups that can make rules and bring violations to court. Thanks For Watching!
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