Katy, Morgan, Selin, Kavita
Being the Chief Legislator, the president has the ability to shape policy. He does this through meeting with Congress to encourage them to either pass laws or do specific things. After every bill is passed by Congress, the Chief Legislator has the ability to make it into law or veto it. If he passes a law, he has the responsibility to make sure it is enforced. The Chief Legislator also has the ability to convene Congress, as a whole or the Senate or House separately, for particular issues that need immediate attention. If there is a dispute between the House and Senate, he can also adjourn both houses for a specific period of time.