3 Branches Of The Three Branches

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The Three Branches
In order for the United State of America to have equal power, so that one person would not have more power over another. The Founding Fathers decided to write a constitution to divide the powers in to three branches. Each branches holds different types of responsibilities, but when they combine their powers, it will make sure the government is run smoothly and fairly, so that it is following the citizens’ rights. Each branches has an ability to keep the other two in check and that is how they would maintain balance amongst the three branches. The three branches are called Legislative, they are responsible for the law making, Executive, they are responsible for carrying out the law that the Legislative created, and Judicial,
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Within the Executive branch, the people that makes the Executive are the Governor and they are allowed to select the people of their choice to carry out the other roles such as, Lieutenant Governor, the Attorney General, Commissioner of the General Land Office, the Comptroller of Public Accounts, and the Commissioner of Agriculture.
The last of the three branches is called Judicial, where they evaluate the laws, settles conflicts, and sets up the court for the people who are accused and punishes the people who are guilty. The Judicial branch is made of courts and judges throughout the entire state of Texas. There are two types of law that are within the judicial branch called Civil Laws and Criminal Laws. The Civil law revolves around the citizens, businesses, and governments. While the Criminal laws revolves around the crime and punishment. The Criminal law handles offenses such as felonies and
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For the Legislative branch, the way that they could keep the Executive branch in check by being able to override the vetoes that the President in the Executive branch has given out with two-third votes majority within the Congress and in the House of Representative. The President within the Executive branch is allowed to veto any laws that has been approved by the Congress, but that doesn’t mean a lot if they President decided to veto the law, but if they’re able to get two-thirds of the majority votes from both Congress and the House of Representative then it’ll go through whether the President vetoes it. If a law that is even passed by the Congress, but seems unconstitutional then the Supreme Court is allowed to declare the law as unconstitutional and it will not be

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