Government

1: Which of the following responsibilities are held by the legislative, rather than executive, branch? (Select 2)

A: writing and voting on new laws(my answer)
B: providing social programs to citizens
C: selecting new judges for federal courts
D: determining the budget of government departments
E: determining the priorities of law enforcement agencies(my answer)

Is it A and E?

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  1. A is correct.

    Enforcement of the laws is a responsibility of the executive branch.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Well I know legislative's job is mainly creating new laws. Hmm... im going to have to go with A and D?

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  3. Yes, D is the other answer.

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  4. The correct answers are A and C, just took this

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  5. @Anonymous you are right. I chose D instead of C and i got that wrong. So Ms.Sue is not accurate at all. So it is A and C

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