What Is the Main Duty of the Legislative Branch?


The main duty of the legislative branch is to make laws for the country. The legislative branch is also tasked with the duty of writing bills which benefit the people as a whole. A bill is a proposed law which is still under consideration by the legislature.
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I think the duties are Pay and collect taxes duties imposts snd excises and imposts pay for common defense.
The primary duty of the Legislative Branch is to create legislation, or laws. In order to pass effective laws, Congress must research, write, submit and debate the laws required to
The Congress is the legislative branch. They write, debate, and pass
The American Federal system is dependent on tension beween the three elements of the system.The Executive branch which proposes,the Judicial branch that is responible for the disposition
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The United States Congress
The United States Congress is part of the legislative branch and is made up of two houses -- the House of Representatives and the Senate. The primary duty of Congress is to write, debate, and pass bills, which are then passed on to the president for approval. The 113th United States Congress is scheduled to meet in Washington, DC from January 3, 2013 to January 3, 2015.
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