Why Is the Legislative Branch Important?


The Legislative Branch is also called the legislature. It is a kind of deliberative assembly that has the power to pass, amend, and repeal laws. The law that is created by a legislature is called the legislation or a statutory law. The legislative branch is important because it is an independent and coequal branch of government that goes along with the judiciary and the executive. There are more changers or houses that can debate and vote upon bills in the legislative branch.
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its important because they can declare war when they want to and they have the right tokick out or put in the president if the want to.
Established by Article I of the Constitution, the Legislative Branch
The legislative branch or Congress is divided into two main bodies - the Senate and the House of Representatives. Each body has legislative powers unique to itself. The Senate, headed
They pass/create laws and they can also declare war.
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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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