The branch of government that makes the law?
It is the Legislative Branch of government that makes the laws. The U.S. Congress, composed of the Senate and the House of Representatives, handles that chore in America. This branch of government is different from the Executive Branch and the Judicial Branch of the Federal Government. Those two branches enforce and execute the law, and interpret the law, respectively.
There are three branches of government implemented to maintain the balance of powers. They are the executive branch - the president, the judiciali branch the supremem court and the legislative branch - the senators and house of representatives. Executive - Enforces the law Judicial - Interprets the law Legislative - makes the law