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U.S Constitution

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Who makes up the Legislative Branch? House of Representatives Senate
How old do you have to be to be in the H of R and senate? House of representatives: 25 Senate: 30
What is the length of the terms for the House and Senate? H: 2years S: 6years
What is the citizenship requirements? H: 7years S: 9Years
What is the method of Gaining Position? Elected by the people
What are two main jobs of the Legislative Branch? Make laws Impeach the president
Who makes up the Executive Branch? President, VP, Cabinet, and Agencies
What is the age requirement to become president? 35 years old
What is the citizenship requirements? Be born on U.S soil and live in america for 14years
What is the method of Gaining Position? Electoral Colledge
What is the main job of the Executive Branch? Enforce laws
Who makes up the Judical Branch? Supreme court lower courts
What is the age requiremennt of the judical branch? None
What is the citizenship requiremnets? None
What is the length of the term for the Judical Branch? life
What is the method of Gaining Positition? Appointed by the president
What is the main job of the judical branch? Interpret laws
Executive Branch Approve appointments and treaties veto a bill
Legislative Branch Approve appointments of justices,amend the constitution,create new laws
Judical branch Declare acts of the president unconstitutional
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