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The Three Branches
The Judicial Branch
The Executive Branch
There are three branches of government. The Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
The Legislative Branch
The constitution is a document that was created centuries ago. The document told you your rights and how the government is to be run. The Judicial Branch makes sure the laws congress pass are constitutional.
The Executive Branch is the president. The President tells the army what to do and when to do it. The President can also veto laws it he does not like them.
There are two parts to the Legislative Branch: the House of Representatives and the senate. The Legislative Branch makes and creates U.S laws.
Each Branch can check on the other to make sure they are following the system and not violating the constitution.
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