Chapter 7 storyboard

Chapter 7 storyboard

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  • Article 1:Legislative Branch
  • We must balance the power of large and small states so the framers set up two chamber, meaning a legislature
  • What about the taxes and where are we going to start?
  • At the House! The House and Senate will able to pass a bill.If it goes to the president,He will have to override a veto with 2/3 of majority.
  • Article 2:Executive Branch
  • "take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed"
  • We better make sure to advise on foriegn affairs and labor policies
  • We must help the the other officials carry out theri duties
  • Article 3:Judicial Branch
  • Issues will not be limited in each state
  • This law seems to be appealing
  • Legal disputes must involve state and local laws adressed
  • In the Legislative Branch, the framers went to establish a fair way to make laws and ensure the lawmakers are accountable to the people.It defines the basic structure,procedures, and powers of Congress.
  • Article4:Full Faith and Credit
  • Our precedent differentiates the credit owed by laws
  • In the Executive Branch, the president is the head of the largest branch of the federal government, which is where the president and the other executives enforces laws.
  • Article 5:Amending the Constitution
  • Wrote by Thomas Jefferson, this constitution" belong to the living and not the dead"
  • Bill of rights
  • In the Judicial branch, it interprets laws and the Constitution, the "supreme Law of the Land". Article 3 establishes the supreme court and gives congress authority to set up "inferior'', or lower, federal courts.The lower federal courts and Supreme Court make up a federal judiaciary.
  • Article 6:Federalism
  • In article 4, Full Faith and Credit, it addresses the duties that states within the United States. According to Supreme Court, there is a difference between the credit owed to laws, compared to the credit owed to judgements.
  • The Supreme Court will recognize it as a"public policy exception"
  • The Constitution changed over time to remain relevant and successful to succeeding generations. Even before changing the Constitution, they call on the bill of rights and the amendments so it'll be stable.In the Bill of rights, many people believed that the first amendment is the most important because it protects the freedom of religion, speech, press and assembly and right to petition government.
  • Federalism involves relationship between state governments and the federal government of the United States.Because the states were preexisting political entities, the U.S. Constitution did not need to define or explain federalism in any section, but it often mentions the rights and responsibilities of state government.
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