The United States Government's Three Branches

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The United States Government is made up of three branches. The legislative, executive, and judicial branches. These branches all have a set of powers that help maintain balance in the government. The two branches that have similar powers are the executive and legislative branch. The legislative branch is made up of two houses, the Senate and the House of Representatives, together forms the United States Congress. The executive branch is made up of the President of the United States. These two branches consist of similar powers, but the legislative branch is more powerful than the executive branch. Congress has one of the most important powers, to make laws and change them (The Powers of Congress, 2015). Though Congress makes laws, the President
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