Branches of the Government Review the Branches of the Government. Follow the directions for each of the slides.
ExecutiveThe president can: President, Vice President, and the Negotiate treaties. Cabinet Meet with foreign leaders. Recommend legislation to Congress. Sign into law bills passed by Congress. Veto bills passed by Congress. Grant pardons. Send troops overseas.Subject to CongressionalApproval, the president also can: Sign treaties. Appoint ambassadors to foreign countries. Appoint justices to the The White House Supreme Court. Appoint cabinet heads. Declare war.
Legislative CongressCongress can: Hold public hearings. Write and pass laws. Override presidential vetoes. Approve amendments to the Constitution. Regulate commerce. Control federal taxation and spending. Coin money. Declare war. Oversee the executive branch. Impeach the president. U. S. Capital
Judicial Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court can: Rule on court cases that question interpretation of the Constitution. Supervise the operations of all federal courts. Overrule all decisions made by lower federal courts. Overrule decisions about federal laws made by state courts. The Supreme Court
Drag the labels to the Three Branches of Government Legislative carry out tells the meaning make the laws the laws of the lawsJudicial Executive Congress Justices President
Which branch makes sure the laws are being carried out and followed. Legislative Executive Judicial
This branch is made up of the Senate and House of Representatives. Correct answer Legislative Executive Judicial
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