Is the Executive branch where laws approved or rejected?
No. This power is in the Legislative branch. The Executive branch enforces the law.
The legislative branch makes the laws. the legislative branch isn't the only one that makes the laws, its also the executive branch. ADDED: The legislative Branch of Government does not make or pass laws, they promulgate rules and regulations, which many times have the force of law. Only the Legislative Branch can pass laws, the Executive Branch ENACTS them. executive branch
What system helps prevent any of the three branches of the U.S. government from becoming to powerful?
The system of checks and balances. The Legislative Branch can write legislation. The Executive Branch can veto laws passed by the Legislative Branch. The Legislative Branch can override the veto. The Judicial Branch can rule on the constitutionality of laws. The Executive Branch appoints important judges. The appointments have to be approved by the Legislative Branch.
1. The executive branch , headed by the President, is responsible for enforcing the laws . 2. The president is the commander in chief of the US armed force 3. The president has to sign/veto bills (laws before they are approved) 4. The president appoints federal judges and ambassadors was to carry out the laws