What is an executive branch job?

Answer The U.S. Constitution establishes three branches of government: the legislative to make laws; the executive to enforce the laws; and the judicial to interpret the laws. The president is the head of... Read More »

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What is the main job of the executive branch?

The U.S. government has three branches: legislative, judicial and executive. Congress is the legislative branch that makes the laws and the Supreme Court is the judicial branch that upholds them. T... Read More »

What officials make up the Executive branch?

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Texas Executive Branch Duties?

The Texas executive branch is composed of six members. The governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, comptroller of public accounts and the commissioner of the General Land Office are electe... Read More »

How does the executive branch of government work?

The executive branch of government is responsible for administering and enforcing federal laws. The president acts as the head of state and the head of the executive branch. He is charged with appo... Read More »