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Branches of gov't

separation of power division of power among three branches of government
Article I set up the Legislative branch
Article II set up the Executive branch
Article III set up the judicial branch
approve give consent or official permission
bicameral two house legislature
Congress Senate & House of Representatives
budget plan for spending money
confirm to make valid or binding by legal act
levies (levy) money collected as a fee to the government
revenue income that a government collects for public service
expressed powers powers specifically stated in the Constitution
implied powers powers needed to fulfill expressed powers
administer control or manage
ambassador gov't official who manages political relations with other countries
appoint choose or select
bureaucracy all gov't agencies working together
cabinet people who advise and help the executive
execute carries out; enforces
prepare to make ready
interpretation explanation of the meaning
interstate involving two or more states
judicial review check to see if laws/acts are constitutional
unconstitutional not in agreement with the US Constitution
convene to cause to assemble
convict find or prove guilty of an offense
declare to state formally or officially
impeach accuse the President or justices of wrongdoing
override 2/3 vote in Congress to cancel a veto
special session power of the President to make Congress work beyond their general session
veto to reject a bill
Created by: MsCarawan
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