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The Legislative Branch passes the laws, even sometimes when they have never been read. The Congress, or in other terms, the House of Representatives and the Senate determine what the laws are for the U.S.

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The legislative branch of the United States government is the branch that creates and passes legislation. Of course, the executive branch, or the President has the power to veto all pending legislation.

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The legislative branch has the power to enact laws, the executive branch has power to veto laws, and the judicial branch has the power to rule on the constitutionality of laws.

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Who creates and passes legislation?

Congress passes legislation with a 2/3 majority vote.


What branch created and passed legislation?

Congress passes all "bills" in which the bills then go to the president to be signed by him. The bills that get singed are now laws. The president can however do legislation without the legislative branch by passing "executive orders".


What is the main idea of the legislative branch?

the main point of the legislative is that congress propioses and passes legislation which become the nations laws.


Does the Supreme Court pass legislation?

No. Congress passes legislation.


This branch of government has the power to veto legislation?

The Executive Branch has the power to veto legislation.


Who creates laws in the us for everyone to follow?

(in the US) The Legislative Branch of any government is the one which proposes and draws up legislation which is the framework of the proposed law. The Governor (or President) who is the head of the Executive Branch of government, then signs the legislation which actually "enacts" the legislation into law.


Is the Senate the same as the judiciary?

No, the Senate and the House of Representatives are both part of the Legislative branch. The Legislative branch creates and passes laws; the Judicial branch, headed by the US Supreme Court, evaluates challenged laws to ensure they are constitutional.


How does the legislation vetoed?

judicial branch Legislation can only be vetoed by the Executive Branch--The President of the United States. Not the Judicial Branch(Supreme Court).


Which branch can declare legislation unconstituional?

the jucial branch


What branch passes taxes?

The branch of the US government that passes or levies taxes is the legislative branch. The branch has input from the executive branch to help make the decisions.


What does pass legislation mean?

It means that the legislative branch of government has proposed and debated a law - have brought it to a vote and it is "passed" by a majority vote of the body. It is then forwarded to the chief executive who reviews it and can either sign it or veto it. If he signs the legislation, it "passes" into law.


Which branch of Tennessee government makes laws?

The Tennessee General Assembly passes legislation which then is forwarded to the Governor for his approval or veto. The General Assembly includes a Senate and a House of Representatives.