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The US president puts forward a bill to House of Representatives then it goes to the Senate if it passes through both of these houses it is then signed by the president. Then it goes before the Supreme Court who check to make sure it is constitutional. Then the police or FBI enforce the law by bring offenders before courts for sentences.

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The president carries out (enforces) laws by signing a bill

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yes as well as the congress.

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Nope, just the Executive Branch enforces laws, and the President is the head of the Executive Branch. Congress makes laws.

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The president's premier responsibility is to carry out or enforce laws

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