All three branches of government have the ability to make laws.
The Congressional branch can make laws through legislation.
The Executive branch can make laws as when the president issues executive orders.
The Judicial Branch can make laws through the precedent of Marbury vs. Madison. The precedent allowed the court systems the power to declare acts of the state, legislative, and executive branches of the federal government null and void if they violate the Constitution. Two different thought ways of thinking about the courts making laws.
Examples: Roe v Wade (abortion), Brown v Board of Education of Topeka (civil rights), Planned Parenthood v Casey (contraceptive rights), etc.
Examples: Luther v. Borden (legitimacy of local government), Bush v. Gore (election dispute), District of Columbia v. Heller (gun rights), etc.
The Congress of the United States makes the laws as perscribed in the US Constitution.
The Government or the Legislative branch
The United States congress
Congress is the one to make Laws in the United States
what makes a citizen is somebody who follows all of the laws of the states and lives in da united states
The United States Congress makes laws that cover the whole country. States can make laws for themselves as can counties or parishes within the state and cities or townships within a particular county or borough. The laws passed by each smaller unit are only valid in that particular unit.
The Legislative Branch is responsible for drafting the laws for the United States. The Legislative Branch consists of the United States Senate and the House of Representatives.
The legal government of a country makes the laws of that country. In the United States, it would be Congress.
The United States Congress makes the federal law. The state legislature makes state laws and city council passes local ordinances.
The name of the United States set of laws is the U.S. Code. United States Code is the name of the United States 1 set of laws.
The Legislative branch makes the laws, The Judicial branch interprets laws, and the Executive branch carries out the laws.
The Legislative Branch is responsible for drafting (creating) laws for the United States.
Laws for the United States are made by the U.S. Congress.
In the United States, the Legislative Branch (Congress) makes laws, the Executive Branch (the President and bureacracy) enforce the law, and the Judicial Branch (federal courts) review and interpret the laws.
Clarence C. Dill has written: 'How Congress makes laws' -- subject(s): Legislation, History, United States, United States. Congress. Senate, United States. Congress, United States. Congress. House
The Executive Branch. The executive branch (branch with president) makes sure that the laws of the United States are obeyed.
The powers of the Executive Branch are to execute the laws of the United States. The Judicial Branch interprets the laws. The Legislative Branch makes the laws.
The full faith and credit clause in the Constitution makes the states honor the laws of other states.
The democratically elected government makes the laws in the UK.
The codified laws of the United States are published in the United States Code Service.
The president of the United States.
The legislative branch makes the laws. In the United States this branch is known as Congress, and it includes the Senate and the House of Representatives.
They are laws that are for the cyberworld
The Supremacy Clause states that the laws Congress makes outweigh all state laws.Hope this helped! :)