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The House and Senate In 1781 at the Constitutional Convention was where it all began Everything was put on the table for the hope of a new and improved well working government Since there was already a preview The Articles of Confederation of what our government was shaping out to be 55 men strived persuaded compromised and worked diligently for a strong constitution Thanks to the Great compromise out came the solution There was to be three branches of national government Legislative Executive and Judicial In todays constitution Article 1 is discussing the first of the three branches the Legislative Branch This is in fact the longest article of the Constitution there is much to cover The Legislative Branch consists of the Congress the Senate and The House of Representatives There are many duties and details to this powerful branch but its main and major job is to make our countries laws The lawmaking process is quite a lengthy process The law bill must be purposed to either house and then is sent to a committee From there it is either re-written as a recommend passage or ignored After this it is read over and if the bill has made it this far then the whole house votes on the bill If it passes favorably then the second house votes on it after this the bill goes to the president The president has some choices he can pass the law by signing it reject it or veto it Though the House and the Senate play a large role in the lawmaking process they have different duties In the Senate their duties consist of passing bills approving treaties by the President jury of impeachment process and they also approve the selection of certain federal officers The duties of the house are pass bills to the Senate and President sole power of impeachment process and they also have the important duty of
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