the legislative branch has two houses
The Legislative branch has two houses. 1. The House of Representatives 2. The Senate
The two houses of the legislative branch, Congress, are the House of Representatives and the Senate. The two houses of the legislative branch, Parliment, are the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
We have 2 houses.
The legislative branch consists of both houses of Congress (The House of Representatives and the Senate).
There are two houses in Missouri's legislative branch, which is why it is bicameral. The houses consist of the Senate which has 34 members, and the House of Representatives which has 163 members.
The Legislative Branch mainly consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives. Other state lawmaking bodies are also part of the Legislative Branch.
No, these houses (Legislative Branch) choose their own leaders.
In the United States, Congress is the term that signifies both houses of the legislative branch. Congress is an example of a bicameral legislature.