Structure of the Constitution
By: Torey Berry
The L in Article I represents the Legislative Branch. This branch Creates the laws, and is the longest section. There are a total of 10 sections in this Article. The Legislative Branch creates a dual legislature, or a legislature with two organizations.
The E in Article II represents the Executive Branch. This branch Executes or Carries out the laws. The President and his associates are correlated with this branch. This branch also names the Presidents and his powers.
The J in Article III represents the Judicial Branch. This Branch also has to do with the Supreme Court. The Judicial Branch interprets or illustrates the laws. Federal Courts make up this law also.
The S in Article IV represents the States. This branch discusses state relationships, and also has to be a Representative Democracy. This Branch also has to do with Admitting States.
The A in Article V represents Amended. This Article explains how the Constitution can be amended or Changed.
The S in Article VI represents the Law. The Supremacy Clause is found on Article VI section II. The nation is above state government when federal laws Conflict.
The R represents the Steps. This is the Final Article of the Constitution. Nine states must ratify the Constitution for it to into effect.