Legislative Branch

Legislative Branch Definition:

The elected law-making branch of government.

Related Terms: Judicial Branch, Executive Branch, Government

The legislative branch can initiate and rescind laws and is the only authority able to approve proposed laws, although the constitution of many jurisdictions allow persons or agencies of the executive branch to propose laws.

See also: World Parliament

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