The Legislative Branch and Separation of Powers continued…

When emergencies occur and politicians consider certain bills as urgent and feel they must be passed immediately with little or no discussions, “We the People” need to be suspicious. Emergency/crisis situations provide opportunities for those who view the Constitution as a changeable document to institute such changes in the Constitution that the American people would
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Separation of Power and the Legislative Branch

As we saw in the last post, the legislative branch of the government makes our laws. The stated powers of the Congress include raising, spending and borrowing money; providing for armed services, providing for organizing, arming and training of the military; the power to declare war; setting rules for citizenship, establishing post offices, building roads,
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The Branches of Government = Separation of Powers

Article I – The Legislative Branch. This article provides for the establishment of the Congress as the legislative branch of government which makes our laws. The Congress includes a Senate and a House of Representatives. Each member of the House of Representatives is elected to office every two years by the registered voters in their
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