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  • Article 1- The Legislative Branch
  • We make the laws to help and protect society.
  • Article 2- The Executive Branch
  • Sure you will
  • I'm the president and i will confirm and make laws.
  • Article 3- The Judicial Branch
  • I will help the people to understand the laws.
  • The Legislative branch is the main function of this government to enact laws. Congress consists of two houses, the senate and the house of representatives. The elastic clause of the constitution gives congress the flexibility it needs to carry out its duties.
  • Article 4- Full Faith and Credit
  • The custody of family law and legislation for licensed professions such as doctors, lawyers, pharmacists who have practiced in another state.
  • The Executive branch is the main task of enforcing the laws. The president is the chief executive, or head of the executive branch. This branch also includes many other executive officials, departments, and agencies.
  • Article 5- Amending The Constitution
  • I hope Obama isn't are president for the 3rd time.
  • It's fine the constitution will only let the president serve two years.
  • The Judicial branch is the federal judiciary made up of the supreme court and many lower courts across the country. These courts interpret and apply laws in cases that come before them. The power if the judicial review allows the supreme court to judge whether acts of congress are constitutional.
  • Article 6- Federalism
  • These powers are used by both national and state governments.
  • Full Faith and Credit Clause, addresses the duties that states within the United States have to respect the "public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state."
  • Amending the constitution is proposed by two- thirds vote of each house of congress. Its ratified by three- fourths of the state governments. The national convention called the congress at the request of two- thirds of the states legislature.
  • Federalism is the constitution establishes a federal system that balances national and state powers, but it grants controlling authority to the national government in it supremacy clause.
  • Defining crimes and punishments are examples.
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