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  • Hopefully today's laws will be easier to interpret. 
  • Time to go review some new laws.
  • Time to go join the rest of the Senate.
  • I have to go join the rest of the House. 
  • These crops are growing very well and will be ready to pick and ship out to the people soon!
  • There are three branches of government, the executive, legislative, and judicial. They each have specific roles. The executive branch role is where the President enforces the laws that the legislative branch makes. The legislative branch makes the laws. Then the Judicial branch interprets the laws according to the Constitution. 
  • The bus gives me an easy way of transportation to and from work every day!
  • There are certain ways each branch of government is made up and organized. The executive branch is made up of the President and any of his agencies or departments. The role of the legislative branch is made up of a senate and house of representatives. Then  judicial branch consists of the U.S. Supreme Court. 
  • Moving onto the next amendment, yesterdays was a long one!
  • An example of a state funding program is the Department of Agriculture. This department focuses on the nutrition of the nation and the protection of healthy foods and distributing healthy foods.  The importance of this department is that it is important to keep growing and distributing healthy foods because it needs to be in peoples everyday lives. 
  • I have the right to speak my mind.
  • Another example of a state funding program is the United States Department of Transportation. This department focuses on the future of transportation and the safety of ways to travel. The importance of this department is that transportation is something that everyone uses every single day.
  •    A similarity between the Ohio Bill of Rights and the U.S. Bill of Rights is that both contain amendments. Another is that both are trying to protect the rights of citizens.
  • A difference between the Ohio Bill of Rights and the U.S. Bill of Rights is that the first amendment in the U.S. one deals with freedom of speech, religion and press, while the Ohio one deals with private property and the right to freedom. Another difference is that the U.S. one gives power to the three branches of government while the Ohio one gives power to its own state. 
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