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What branch can veto laws?

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Answered 2011-01-29 01:10:21

There are three branches of the United States government:

1. Legislative - Congress

2. Executive - President

3. Judiciary - Supreme Court

The Executive branch (President) has veto power.

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The Executive branch can veto laws, but if a law is unconstitutional, the other two branches can veto it to keep it from passing.

The head of the executive branch can veto laws passed by congress. The head of the executive branch is the president.

It is the president in the Executive Branch that can veto laws.

Yes the executive branch meaning the President can veto a bill.

The executive branch can veto laws passed by the legislative branch.

The Legislative Branch has the power to pass laws. The Executive Branch can veto laws, and the Judicial Branch can check laws to make sure that they are constitutional (and can end them if they are not).

Legislative BranchA:The legislative branch is responsible for creating and passing laws. However, the president has the authority to veto any laws, which prevents them from passing. the legislative creates the laws and bills and it is then sent to the president he may pass or veto it the legislative branch then may over turn the veto with a 2/3's vote

That would be the Executive branch!

the president can, and he is the head of the executive branch

The President can veto it,but the Congress can surpass the President's veto with a 2/3 vote.

the exexutive branch can veto laws oassed by congress.

The legislative branch is primarily responsible for laws; it's this branch that drafts and passes laws. However, the executive branch has the power to veto laws and the judicial branch has the power to declare laws unconstitutional.

No. Only the president can veto, but Congress can not send the law to him and that will stop it.

they ethier veto or pass the laws that have reached the executive branch

The legislative branch has the power to enact laws, the executive branch has power to veto laws, and the judicial branch has the power to rule on the constitutionality of laws.

The legislative branch, or Congress, makes the laws. It has the power to make laws or not recommended by the President. The President has the power to veto the laws, unless Congress overrides the veto by a 2/3ds vote.and the legislative branch comes from people or voters!

The President can veto laws made by the legislative branch. The President can veto a law because he thinks it is unneeded.

The President. The President has the right to veto laws or ratify the laws.

the responsibilities it has is to enforce the laws and to approve or veto any legislative laws

If the executive branch was allowed to make laws it would upset the system of checks and balances each branch has on one another. The executive branch has a check on made laws in that it can veto them and send them back to the legislative branch. The legislative branch has a check on the veto in that it can vote the law through with a 2/3 majority

The Executive branch has the power to Veto laws made by the legislative branch(Congress).IT also can reenforce laws

the legeslative branch can make laws and the president can veto them

Defend the constitution and approve or veto laws

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