By: John Naranjo, Nate Hoffman, Olivia Quin


There are three branches of government. The Executive, Judicial and the Legislative branch. There is also the democracy. To get into any of these branches of government you need to get elected. You also need to pick the branch you want to be a part of.

The Legislative Branch

The Legislative branch handles all of the laws. For example the Legislative branch saves space for national parks and animal habitats. You also have to be 30 years old to be a part of the Senate and 25 to be in the House of Representatives.

The Congress is made out of two parts, the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Senate is the part of the congress that has important power and authorities. This includes (examples needed here, from book) . The vice president of the U.S.A sometimes acts as president of the senate. The House of Representatives has authority and power that no other part of the government has. It is the only place to write laws and collect taxes.