Primarily the legislative branch writes the laws of the country. The legislative branch also acts as a check to the executive branch using the powers given it by the U. S. Constitution.
The Legislative makes the laws The Judicial makes sure that these laws meet the requirement of the Constitution. The Executive (President) enforces those laws. As you can see, right now the executive branch is taking a huge amount of power that does not belong to it.
The main job of the Executive Branch is to execute laws.
The Legeslative Branch has the responsibilities of making the laws, and then the Executive Branch comes in to enforce the laws, following that the Judicial Branch Interprets the law.
They are elected
district of columbia
the legeslative branch
The legislative branch is responsible for enacting laws.
the branch makes the laws and is a Branch that votes on who get tho be in that branch.
appropreate funds to carry out laws and programs
executive legeslative and judicial