It is the branch that makes laws. There is three branches in the government and the legislative branch is one of them.
The Articles of Confederation created a government that had only one branch of government. It was the Legislative Branch.
the legislative branch
The Legislative Branch
What stop one branch of government from becoming too powerful
Controls given to one branch of government to limit the power of another branch are known as checks and balances.
Article one establishes the legislative branch.
Branch; It only had one branch.
The Senate is one of the two parts of the Legislative Branch of the US Government.
checks and balances, i think
The Executive Branch of government may consist of many agencies but the Branch itself is only one of three branches of the government. The other two branches of government are the Executive Branch and the Judicial Branch.
Checks and balances stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful.
To ensure that any one branch doesnt take complete power in the government.
It is not a branch of government that is responsible for making and enforcing Laws. It is one of many government administrative organizations.
- Congress- Legislative- President- Executive- The Courts- Judicialname one branch of part of the government
Assuming this is the United States Government...Every branch of the government is supposed to equal. The government is devised to be a system of checks and balances...Meaning that if one branch tries to do something let's say unethical another branch of the government will have process check the situation and restore balance to the system.
The judicial branch of government can overrule the executive branch of government. The overruling of an executive order can be done in the supreme court system.
The legislative branch is created by Article One.
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.
Checks and Balances. This is where each branch of government is put in place and has an equal amount of powers so that no one branch becomes to powerful.
The legislative branch of our national government can check the power of the LEGISLATIVE BRANCH by veto the vote of the CONGRESS
To keep one branch of government from having more power than another there is a checks and balance system in place.