The Government And The Federal Government

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The Federal Government is the body of government that implements and administers public policy. The Federal Government Government execute all political powers. Moreover, the Federal Government according to, (Benz, 2003) is defined as “a system that divides up powers between a strong National Government and smaller local government.” In addition, (Benz, 2003) also states that the Federal Government are best used in large countries where there exists a diverse group of people with diverse needs but a common culture, which unite them together.”
With that being said, the Federal Government is composed of three branches, and they are: (1). Legislative Branch, (2). Executive Branch, and (3). Judicial Branch. The three branches of government are governed by the U.S. Constitution, the president, and the federal court. Which brings us to an overview of each branch of government. The legislative Branch is the branch of the government having the power to make laws. Moreover, the Legislative Branch “consists of the house of Representatives and the senate, which together form the United States Congress (Legislative, n. d.).” The Legislative Branch has a process in which it conducts its business. With that being said, a bill is the first drafted, and then given to the appropriate committee for review; and here the bill may be viewed as being accepted, amended, or rejected entirely. However, if the committee process the bill forward it is then at that time handed to the full…

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