Find out more about the history of Legislative Branch, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com This article talks about the basics of the legislative branch. It talks about each part of the legislative branch, House of Representatives and Congress. The articles states that the Congress has a lot of power involved because they are part of the power of the people and they are involved in the government. The House of Representatives also has a lot of power involved because they elect their leaders and they vote on laws and bringing in new states like Guam and Puerto Rico. In this article, there is mixed bias involved. For instance, the article keeps the House and congress mutual between the parties and election of the parties. Other than that, there was not much bias involved.
Of course, the House and Senate of U.S. Congress make laws, but what are the other powers and duties of the legislative branch of U.S. government?z This article talks about what the legislative branch does other than creating laws. The article talks about how the legislative branch has the power to vote to impeach government officials. The article also talks about how they can investigate certain situations before they can impeach or pass the investigation on to someone else. It also mentions how the legislative branch has the power to put the case to the judicial court’s hands. In this article, I found very little bias. When I did find bias, it seemed more conservative. The article did not attack either perspectives on the issue.
The Legislative Branch consists of Congress—the Senate and the House of Representatives—and agencies that support Congress. This article had very little content on the legislative branch. This article talked about how many votes each part of the legislative branch had. For example, the House of Representatives has almost 500 votes. Another example, Congress has a total of 200 votes, 2 votes per senator. Since this article had very little content, I could not find any bias. I believe if there was more content involved there would be an even amount of bias. I believe there would be a neutral bias article because reading what the article had sounded like there was a neutral bias between the parties.
Established by Article I of the Constitution, the Legislative Branch consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate, which together form the United States Congress. The Constitution grants Co This article mentions how the legislative branch process works. The articles talks about what starts the debat in the House of Representatives or Congress from just one bill. The article also talks about how most bills the legislative branch deals with are for the president so towards the end of the debate of the bill, the bill has to be signed, vetoed or put on hold by the president. The article does talk about other parts of the bill being submitted and or rejected. This article had a neutral bias involved. The article did not attack either party while I was reading it. Overall, the article played the nuetral party in this article.