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The Legislative branch is made up of the two houses of Congress. They make the laws and have the power to override a veto with 2/3 vote in both houses to check the president.
The executive branch is headed by the president. It implements and enforces the laws passed by Congress. The president can propose legislation, appoint judges, put down rebellions, and veto acts of Congress; he is also the Commander in Chief.
The judicial branch is a system of federal courts that interprets federal laws and judges cases that involve those laws. The President nominates members and the Senate confirms them. These members serve for life.
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