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Understanding government. The legislative branch

The Constitution of the United States established three distinct branches of government: The Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches. The founding fathers, formed this division to establish the principle of separation of power and maintain an internal system of checks and balances. The Senate and House of Representatives, the upper and lower houses of the Legislative Branch, are explored. The practical realities of day-to-day congressional operation are discussed. Discover insights about both houses of Congress, including how laws are made, the power of committees, special interest groups and lobbyists.

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  • "Legislative branch"
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  • "The Constitution of the United States established three distinct branches of government: The Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches. The founding fathers, formed this division to establish the principle of separation of power and maintain an internal system of checks and balances. The Senate and House of Representatives, the upper and lower houses of the Legislative Branch, are explored. The practical realities of day-to-day congressional operation are discussed. Discover insights about both houses of Congress, including how laws are made, the power of committees, special interest groups and lobbyists."@en
  • "Explores the second branch of the federal government with a look at the functions and structure of the Senate and the House of Representatives in the United States. Includes a look at the role checks and balances play between the two houses and political parties and offers the insights of educators and elected officials."
  • "The Constitution of the United States established three distinct branches of government - the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches. The founding fathers, formed this division to establish the principle of separation of power and maintain an internal system of checks and balances. The Senate and House of Representatives are explored. The practical realities of day-to-day congressional operation are discussed. Discover insights about both houses of Congress, including how laws are made, the power of committees, special interest groups and lobbyists."@en

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  • "Understanding government. The legislative branch"
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