The first answer was incorrect. The executive branch carries out laws. Don't believe me? Check it on www.legis.state.ia.us/Pubinfo/BranchesGov.html(in the US) The branch of government that carries out laws is the Executive Branch.
No, the US Supreme Court interprets and applies laws. The President (or Executive Branch) of government carries out (enforces) laws.
The executive branch.
executive branch carries out the laws
The executive branch of government enforces or carries out laws, the legislative branch makes laws, and the judicial branch interprets laws.
The executive branch carries out all the laws
President Obama heads the executive Branch and he writes the laws.
The Executive Branch
carries out the laws
the mayor and the government
Carries out our laws
The Executive Branch, the Presidential Branch, carries out laws as stated in article 2 of the Unites States Constitution.
The executive branch of the government carries out or "executes" the law.
The president carries out (enforces) laws by signing a bill
Enforces and carries out the laws.
The executive branch of the government.
The Executive branch.
The Executive Branch enforces or carries out the law.
The executive branch carries out the laws
it carries out the laws set by the legislative branch.