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    What are the three branches of government and their functions? How are powers balanced in the U.S. government? How does each branch of government make laws? Provide examples.

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    What are the three branches of government and their functions?

    -- The three branches of government are the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. The legislative branch includes the United States Congress, and is responsible for enacting legislation, declaring war, and has the right to confirm or reject various Presidential appointments. The legislative branch also has extensive investigative powers within the government. An example of an important legislative function is the oversight of ...

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    What are the three branches of government and their functions? How are powers balanced in the U.S. government? How does each branch of government make laws? Provide examples.

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