Government branches

Government branches
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  • Oh hey there boys!  I'm the Governor friend, I'll teach you all about governor branches!
  • Let's learn about government branches!
  • The Legislative branch has the responsibility of making a budget. 
  • Okay so there are 3 branches, Judicial, Executive, and Legislative.
  • They each have their own responsibilities.  The Judicial  branch has the responsibility of making sure that laws are fair.
  • The Executive branch has the responsibility of Signing bills into laws, and  carrying out laws.
  • This is the White House that the president works in.  There's one more  government branch, the Executive branch!
  • There are also people in charge of Federal levels, so for the Executive it would be the president who serves 4-8 years.  Another reason why we're in front of the White House! It's also in Washington D.C.
  •  The people who work for the state level in the Executive branch are the governor Matt Bevin. The governor works in the Capitol which is in Frankfort.  A governor can serve 4-8 years like the president. The people who are in charge of the City level is the Mayor Greg Fisher in the Metro Hall.
  • The people who work for the Federal level in the Legislative branch are the Congress/ House of Representatives and the Senate.  The work in the capitol Washington D.C.  The  Congress is also in charge of the state level.  The Louisville metro council is in charge of the city level.
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