The power of the executive branch is enforce the laws,the power of the legislative branch is to make laws, and the power of the judicial branch is to interpret the laws
Legislative has the power to make laws.
The Judicial branch has the power to interpret the laws, or decide if they are unconstitutional. The checks on the Judicial branch are the power of the executive branch to enforce the laws and the power of the legislative branch to make laws.
The legislative branch of the government has the power to make laws.
The Legislative branch has the power to make laws.
The main power of the Legislative Branch is to make laws.
The Constitution give the Executive branch the power to sign or veto a law. Gives the Legislative branch the power to make the laws. And gives the Judicial branch the power to make sure the laws are followed, reviews the laws.
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).
The power to make laws.
That is a legislative branch power by congress.
The Legislative branch has the power to make laws. The Executive branch is responsible for the execution for those laws and the Judicial branch has the power to interpret and enforce laws.
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 United States Constitution allocates the power to make laws to the Legislative branch.
The U.S. congress has the power to make laws through the legislative branch
to make new laws
No. The Judicial Branch cannot make laws. This branch interprets laws. However, the Legislature Branch can make laws.
The de facto power by the judicial branch enables it to evaluate the legislative branch. The Supreme Court can make laws and revoke laws made by the legislature.
D power to veto laws.
Balance of power. They make the laws, but the president has to approve the laws or veto them.
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.
The power that they have is to make laws