The Congress of the United States makes the laws as perscribed in the US Constitution.
In the US - at the state level it is the state legislature that makes the laws. At the federal level it is the US Congress.
It is the Legislative Branch that makes the laws of the US government.
the Government makes the laws for us
In the US, the legislature (House and Senate) make laws.
The legislative branch makes laws. The executive branch enforces laws. The judicial branch determines if laws are Constitutional.
The Legislative branch has the power to make laws.
Congress is the one to make Laws in the United States
The Constitution establishes the U.S. government, which makes laws.
the legislative branch of government, congress
Congress (the US Senate and the US House of Representatives)
In the United States the US Supreme Court decides if laws meet the requirements of the US Constitution.
It depends upon the country. In the US it is the US Congress. In many countries it is Parliament, or some other legislative body. In a dictatorship, the leader makes the laws.
Your state legislature, or the US Congress.
the 23 committee in the house of representatives
There is no such person. The US government is composed of Congress, which makes laws and budgets money, the Supreme Court which makes sure that Congresses laws are constitutional, the the Executive which enforces the the laws. The head of the Executive Branch is the President.
Because it makes laws for us and keeps us safe
the judicial branch overviews all laws and makes sure that they are all constitutional
the big black man in the allie
The legislative branch of the US government makes laws.
the legislative branch
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