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  • 1. Government handbookCreated by Juan montane
  • 2. The table of contents1.GOVERNMENTPRINCIPLES IN THECONSTITUTION2. THE 3 BRANCHES OFGOVERNMENT3.HOW LAWS ARE MADE
  • 3. The government principlesin law
  • 4. The government principles in the constitutionare kind of like rules. You could also explain itas the laws made or our rights.
  • 5. The ten amendments also deal with the government principles in theconstitution
  • 6. These are the 3 branches of the governmentThese branches are held together by checks and balances. Eachbranch is limited to power by the other two branches. branchhas its own special powers.
  • 7. The judicial branchThe judicial branch helps shape the laws of the land. Held inthe judicial branch is the supreme court and the ninejustices. The supreme court also rules over all courts andinterprets the constitution.
  • 8. The executive branchThe president and vice president are held in the executivebranch. The executive branch also consists of the heads ofvarious agencies in our government. Next this branch directsnational defense and foreign policies. This branch also carries outlaws, plus it approves and recommends new laws.
  • 9. The legislative branchThe legislative branch helps build or laws and makes presidentialnominations. This branch also consists of the senate and house. Boththe senate and the house can introduce laws. But only the senate canapprove or reject treaties from other countries and only the house cancontrol our government spending.