Published on December 5, 2008
Branches of the Government By Corbin 3 rd Grade
Judicial Makes sure laws are fair Supreme Court
Makes sure laws are fair
Executive Makes sure laws are obeyed President
Makes sure laws are obeyed
Legislative Makes laws Senate House of Representatives
House of Representatives
Branches of the Government Legislative Executive Judicial
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