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SS Q3 Vocab

Vocab for Q3 Social Studies

QuestionAnswer
Amend To change or improve something through a formal procedure
Amendment A formal change or addition to a bill, law, or constitution
Bill A draft of a plan that has been presented to a legislature but has not yet become a law
Compromise An agreement reached between two disagreeing sides after each side has given something up
Democrats Political party in the U.S. that typically advocates for equal rights, climate and worker protections, and a strong social safety net (like support for poorer families and accessible health care)
Executive Branch The part of the government that executes and enforces laws
Federalism A political system in which states give some powers to a central government while keeping a limited amount of self-government
Judicial Branch The part of the government that interprets laws and administering justice; the court system
Legislative Branch The part of the government with the power to make laws
Ratify Formal approval of a law, treaty, or constitution
Republican A political party in the U.S. that typically advocates for lower taxes, smaller government, protections for the family, energy independence, and greater self-reliance
Veto Reject or cancel a proposed bill, treaty or action
Created by: CadenBlack