Compare And Contrast The Two Branches Of Government

The next branch of government to be discussed is the executive branch. Like the other two branches, each branch can check the other branches. The executive branch has the following checks over the legislative branch: veto power, ability to call sessions to Congress, and accommodate legislation. The executive branch has only one check over the judicial branch being the President puts the Supreme Court and other federal judges in office.
The President is not only the head of the United States and the military forces, but is also the head of the state. The President, as read in Article 2 of the constitution, is held accountable for enforcing the laws made by congress. The President calls to office more than 50 federal commissions like the Federal Reserve Board, also including judges, ambassadors, and other offices of the federal government. The President also has the power to sign off on bills, or veto the bills made by Congress given the 10-day limit expressed during the legislative process. With that said, Congress may over throw the President’s decision with a two-thirds vote. The President also has the power to sign treaties with other nations and negotiate with other nations with the rule of the
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The difference is plentiful. The differences between the State Government and the Federal Government include the State government is established in the State, Federal Governments are established in the Constitution. Another difference is federal governments is cases involving wrongdoing to the Constitution or laws. There are also differences between the trial court and the appellate court. These include the trail court’s federal court systems are known as district courts where as appellate’s federal courts are known as the Supreme Court. Another difference in the two courts is the trail court cases receive the first hearing of all cases where as the appellate the decision may be held in a higher

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