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The power of the president to say no to a bill


Not allowed by the constitution


The branch of government that carries out laws

Executive Branch

The division among the branches of government

Separation of Power

A bill passed by both legislature and even executive


The power of the court to do something illegal

Judicial Review

To explain something


Members of the supreme court


The balance of power between the government

Checks and Balances

To make people obey the law


A group made from the executive branch. They advise the president.


The head of the supreme court

Chief Justice

A law sent to the legislature


To accuse a person of crime


The branch of government that makes laws

Legislative Branch

The highest court in the U.S.

Supreme Court

The heads in the three branches of the government


The branch that settles problems

Judicial Branch

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