The three branches By: ethan alexander

Legislative branch can: they can reject treaties. They can write and pass laws. They can also Amend the constitution and make cuts and passes.

Judicial branch can: reject laws that are trying to be passed. They are the ones that pass or decline laws. They have the right to decide if the laws are unconstitutional.

Judicial branch can: reject laws that are trying to be passed. They are the ones that pass or decline laws. They have the right to decide if the laws are unconstitutional.

The checks and balances is a system to keep the same amount of power between the three branches of government. If the checks and balances system wasn't made, a branch of the government would have more power than the others.

Federalism helps all states because they are sharing power with the government. If federalism didn't exist, the u.s government would be a lot different because a lot of things came from federalism.

To get elected as president you must get the majority of electoral votes. If none of the canditifates get a majority of votes and it's a tie, the House of Representatives will choose the president and the senate chooses the Vice President.

The checks and balances

Executive branch: the president appoints federal judges, and can override bills. Those are some examples of what the executive branch can do to the judicial branch.

Judicial branch: can veto bills. That's an example of what the judicial branch can do to the executive branch.

The executive branch: the president can veto bills, and can approve appointments of Supreme Court justices. Those are some example of what the executive branch can do to the legislative branch.

Judicial branch can: Supreme Court rejects laws. That's an example of what the judicial branch can do to the legislative branch.

The legislative branch can: they can reject treaties, and can impeach feder al judges. Those are some examples of what the legislative branch can do to the judicial branch.

The legislative branch can: reject laws that are unconstitutional, and can impeach the president. Those are some examples of what the legislative branch can do to the executive branch.

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