Legislative, Executive, and Judicial
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The Legislative Branch contains two groups of Congress: the Senate and the House of Representatives. Collectively the Congress has many different powers. Both groups have different, yet similar qualifications. They both have specific powers such as the Senate can agree with or deny people the president recommends for government jobs. The House of Representatives can make and pass federal laws.
The Executive branch contains mainly the president and vice president. The president is basically the face of the government and has limited, yet important powers.
The Judicial branch contains the Supreme Court which is made up of judges. These people basically look over laws, but don't usually work on individual cases.
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