How many laws does Congress pass?
Not enough that matter. This country is falling apart rapidly, and all Congress can do, it seems, is vote on how much they are going to earn next year and cut social security and medicare benefits. Those of us who are approaching those "golden years" are gaining more gray hairs every day, horrified by the prospect of not being able to collect our earned payments and benefits, or make a decent living. Congress members do not collect social security - they have their own retirement benefits - millions of dollars a year income guaranteed for life.
So what you are saying that it doesn't matter and you don't like to be an American and to be free?
and look at the discussion board why your at it
Actually, presidents do not make the laws. Only congress can make the laws. Presidents will promote or push their priorities and try to encourage congress to turn those priorities into laws. Presidents need to work closely with congress, since no bills will pass unless congress agrees to pass them, no matter how much a president might want something done.
Presidents do not pass laws. The job of passing laws is up to congress. On the other hand, presidents have an agenda when they are elected, and they try to persuade congress to move that agenda forward. President Obama has had mixed success with getting congress to do what he hoped: he was able to get congress to pass Health Care Reform, for example, but other elements of his agenda have stalled amidst congressional bickering.
The section in the constitution that gives congress the power to pass laws nessary and proper to fulfill its other duties is the?
None. The President of the United States does not pass laws, that is the job of the legislative branch. The President has the ability to veto laws that the Congress has passed, but he can be over ruled by a 2/3rds majority. ---- Actually, it is the Presidential act of signing a bill passed by Congress that transforms that bill into law. It is emphatically the province of the President to pass laws and not…