Executive Branches

Justin Shaner

Federal

The president has the executive power. President Obama currently has the Executive power. The executive Branch is in charge of enforcing laws. The role of the President is Chief of Executive, Head of State, Chief Legislator, Economic Planner, Party Leader, Chief Diplomat, and Commander in Chief. The major departments are of state, treasury, defense, justice, interior, labor, and Health and Human Services.

Maryland State Executive

The Executive power belongs to the governor who is Larry Hogan. To enforce laws within the state. Both the federal and State Executive Branches enforce laws. The departments of the governor are aging, agriculture, budget and management, commerce, disabilities, education, environment, general services, juvenile services, planning, public safety and more. Both the federal and state executive branches enforce laws.