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How does the legislative branch represent the people most directly?

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2011-10-09 19:34:45
2011-10-09 19:34:45

The legislative branch represents the people because the members of that branch are elected by the people. Their job is to pass laws, including laws which allocate the spending of public funds.

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Certainly not. Congress is the legislative group and they are elected by the people they represent.


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