Executive Branch britney hall

The Executive Branch is the most important to me because vested in the President of the United States, who also acts as head of state and Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces.

The President , vice president, the executive office of President and the cabinet make up this branch

In January 2013, President Obama issued 23 executive orders as part of his anti-gun-violence program. And this year, he used the speech to announce an order to increase the minimum wage for some federal contract workers.

I believe this branch is most powerful because although its control over a large, standing military versus calling on State militias was perhaps its greatest expansion but because the scope and scale of the Federal Government has increased over time.

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