Hello I need help on government Please just tell me the branches of each single one


There are three branches of the United States Government: Legislative branch, Executive branch, and the Judicial branch. Listed under are the terms that relate to each branch in your list. Attached is a more detailed explanation of the answers.  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LEGISLATIVE BRANCH: 100 members 2-year term 435 members  6-year term Approval of presidential appointments must be 25 years of age Declare Wars bills Article I Citizen for 9 years Makes laws Jury jurisdiction gerrymander (known to be something always talked about with regards to the legislative branch) bicameral Amendments Fiscal bills (Spending bills) Midterm elections Mandate ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EXECUTIVE BRANCH State of the Union Speech (Done annually by the President except on the first year of their term) 1 member 4-year term committees Political parties Article II Cabinet Enforces laws Executive orders Electoral votes Amnesty Natural born citizen Pardon Make treaties Veto Department of Homeland Security Commander-in-Chief (Of ALL US military Services like the Army, Air Force, Navy and the like) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- JUDICIAL BRANCH 9 members Article III Interprets laws Create lower courts 13 circuits Supreme Court Appeal Life term Again, please see the attached documents for the specifics. Under is also some terms not discussed thoroughly in the attachments. (It did not fit) OTHER LEGISLATIVE TERMS on the list:Approval of Presidential Appointments:-        When the president appoints federal judges, the Legislative Branch has to approve it first. -        The same goes for the treaties that are negotiated. The Legislative branch needs to approve it first. -        They also have the power to investigate the executive branch.Declare wars:-        Although the Commander-in-Chief of the US army is the President, it is the Legislative branch that decides when the United States will go to war as stipulated in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution. Make laws:-        This is the most important role of the Legislative branch. It is the Congress where the law are written and discussed. They are then voted on to be passed. 100 members:-        They make up the 100 Senators in the Senate. Each state will produce 2 senators and they are elected by their own states. They each have a 6-year term. 435 members:-        They make up the House of Representatives. The number of representatives of each state will be based on the population of the state. The bigger the population, the more representatives. Census is the body that determines the current population of the state and shift the number of Representatives based on their data.  Amendments:-        Because the Congress is responsible for enabling laws, they also have the power to amend or make changes to the constitution. Bills:-        Anyone can propose a bill. They are the laws that are in the process of being laws. The Legislative Branch introduces the bill and it is reviewed before it is passed or rejected.OTHER EXECUTIVE TERMS on the list:Department of Homeland Security-        It is one of the cabinet departments of the Executive Branch. Here is a list of the different cabinets:o   The Secretary of Stateo   The Secretary of the Treasuryo   The Secretary of Educationo   The Secretary of Defenseo   The Secretary of the Interioro   The Secretary of Agricultureo   The Secretary of Commerceo   The Secretary of Laboro   The Secretary of Health and Human Serviceso   The Secretary of Homeland Securityo   The Secretary of Housing and Urban Developmento   The Secretary of Transportationo   The Secretary of Energyo   The Secretary of Veterans' Affairso   The Attorney General (Justice Department) Amnesty and Pardon-        This is the action of the government that grants a person or a group who have committed a crime IMMUNITY from prosecution. This power is appointed to the President of the United States. This also goes for pardons, where the person or group is absolved of guilt for a crime.

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