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The main job of the executive branch of government is to enforce laws make new laws interpret the laws carry out the laws
ok well i would just give you the answer, but i got in trouble for that..so do you know which ones cant possibly be the answer?
are you good at history?
yes that one can be eliminated:)
and you know the judicial branch interprets the laws so that can be eliminated
perfect!!! so now your left with your answer:)
The Supreme Court decides if laws are constitutional moral enforceable fair
its the first choice
Which of the following statements is true of the office of the president? Presidents can serve multiple terms, and they must be over the age of 35. Presidents can only serve two terms, and they must be over the age of 35. The office of the president includes the Speaker of the House. The office of the president holds the ultimate power of the government.
Presidents can only serve two terms, and they must be over the age of 35.
What is the first step of the process to make a bill into a law? A committee from the House or Senate considers the proposed bill. The bill is read to the members of the House or Senate three times and amended. Members vote on the bill; if passed, the bill awaits the signature of the president. A bill must be introduced by a member of the House or Senate.
I think its fourth choice but im not sure
How can an established amendment to the Constitution be repealed? A new amendment has to be proposed and ratified, changing the old amendment. The old amendment can go through a denial process to be eliminated. Congress can vote to remove the amendment from the Constitution. State legislatures can repeal the amendment in their various states.
sorry I have no idea. im not good when it comes to this