What are the jobs of each branch or government?
The legislative branch makes the laws, the judicial branch determines if the laws are constitutional, and the executive branch enforces the laws.
Each branch of the US government receives its authority from the Constitution, which is not a branch of government itself, but a set of guidelines the Founding Fathers created to establish the federal government. The first three Articles assign separate powers to each branch. Article I Legislative branch (Congress: House of Representatives and the Senate) Article II Executive branch (President) Article III Judicial branch (US Supreme Court and the federal court system)
Because Each Branch has a specific function. And each of the functions has supporting jobs to achieve that function. And each of those jobs cost money, so having different branches allows the Person in Charge" to control the Budget to achieve its function It's the same reason we have different branches of Government.
Which major principle of the constitution addresses the specific responsibilities of each branch in our government?
The Founding Fathers created the United States government in a way that would keep each branch of the government from having too much power. Each branch--Legislative, Executive, and Judicial--has power over the other two. This keeps the government from being controlled by one sole part of our country's government.
There are three branches of government in the United States. The executive branch of government is responsible with the sole authority and responsibility for the daily administration of the nation. The legislative branch of government is responsible for writing and passing laws, and the judicial branch of government is charged with enforcing the laws.
The Constitution granted different responsibilities to each branch of government. This is an example of which constitutional principle?
The branches are government are set up to make sure that the government does not abuse it's power. Each branch of the government is set up so that they "check" each branch. Each branch is given certain powers, and they all work together to create and enforce laws. The founders of the Constitution wanted to make sure that a dictatorship did not emerge in the U.S., so they created the branches of government to ensure…
They made sure that each branch had the same amount of power, and there was no one branch that had too much power, Hope I answered your question! :) -Kayla♥ CHECKS AND BALANCES :) Heres half of the question, The answer is the government had each different jobs and three of them had the job to see how much power the others had, What you said was correct too. -AussieMelƒ<3 YOU SURE DID! Higirl20 :)
The President of the United States. added: The united States does not have a head of government. The government was delegated specific powers by the people, to each one of three separate entities, which are known as the executive branch, the legislative branch, and the judicial branch of government.