The main function of the legislative branch is to make laws. The Congress, which is what the legislative branch in called in the U.S. Government, also declares war, approves presidential appointments, approves treaties a... More »

The legislative branch has various roles in the United States, including drafting and passing bills that become law with presidential approval, rejecting or approving presidential appointments and foreign treaties, repre... More »

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The legislative branch of the United States government is composed of the House of Representatives and Senate. There are 100 members of the Senate, two from each state, that are elected by popular vote. Each senator is e... More »

The judicial branch of the U.S. government is responsible for interpreting laws as well as determining the constitutionality of laws passed by Congress. It may also make determinations about the constitutionality of exec... More »

As one half of the United States government's legislative branch, the chief responsibility of the House of Representatives is to pass federal laws. The House of Representatives comprises congressmen and congresswomen ele... More »

The legislative branch is the branch of government that is responsible for making laws. The branch consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate, which form Congress. More »

Senators pass laws as part of the legislative branch. Senators serve as representatives of their state in the federal government. They also provide assistance to their constituents in navigating federal agencies. More »