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  • THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
  • THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
  • THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
  • Overrides presidential vetoes, approve or reject presidential appointments and treaties, and impeach and try the president. Can declare treaties and executive acts.
  • Federalism
  • The executive branch can nominate Supreme court and federal judges. They can approve or veto bills call special sessions of Congress and recommend legislation.
  • Amending the Constitution
  • Judicial can declare laws unconstitutional. can approve or reject nomination of federal judges, create lower courts, and remove judges through impeachment.
  • Full faith and credit
  • The constitution also establishes the principle of federalism the division of power between the federal and stage government. Both the federal and state government have some exclusive power of their own while sharing other.
  • Ever before the Constitution was ratified there were calls for amendments especially in the form of the bills of rights.
  • The U.S. addresses the duties that state within the U.S. have to respect public acts, recorads and judicial proceedings of every other state.
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