The branch of the state government that includes the House and Senate.
Consists of House, Senate, and joint legislative groups.
the branch of the United States government that has the power of legislating
This is one of the three branches of the United States government. The Legislative Branch is made up of two parts, the Senate and the House of Representatives. These two groups write the laws of our nation.
The branch of government that makes the laws.
Branch of government with the authority to make an change the laws of the land
the part of the US government that makes the laws and appropriates funds. The Legislative Branch includes the US House of Representative and Senate (plus congressional staffs and committees) plus support agencies (like the General Accounting Office, the Congressional Budget Office, the Library of Congress, etc.).
the lawmaking branch of the U.S. federal government.
The General Assembly of Illinois, charged by the Constitution to make the laws of the state.
The branch of government that includes the federal House of Commons and Senate, and the provincial legislatures, responsible for the development and maintenance of legislation on behalf of their constituencies.
section of government that makes laws. In the federal government, the legislative branch consists of: Congress, the Library of Congress, the Congressional Budget Office, and General Accounting Office, and the Government Printing Office. On the state level, the state legislatures make up the legislative branch.