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The primary function of Congress is to make and pass laws. It is also tasked with conducting certain investigations, and confirming presidential appointments.

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The main Job of the legislative branch, [Congress] is to make and pass laws. My dad teaches Law and Constitution in high school, and this is what they tell us in School.

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Q: List and explain three major roles of the US Congress within the American political system?
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