The Legislative branch is led by congress. It is made up of 2 houses, Senate and the House of Representatives, and the most important power is to create laws.
The Executive branch is led by the President and Vice President. The Executive branch has the power to enforce laws, and it talks about the election of the president and the vice president, how to stay in office and what happens if the president cannot serve anymore.
The Judicial branch is led by the Supreme Court and how it has the power to declare laws unconstitutional. Also states how the Supreme Court has the power to establish lower federal courts.
Discusses the states relations and respect for each other and their laws. Also states that a citizen of any state has the same freedoms as the citizens of the other states and it also states that new states can be added, guarantees republican government and provides protection from an invasion or violence.
The process to change the Constitution and how it can be edited by, an authorized person, or group. 2/3 of congress must approve the change but the final say depends on the people and ¾ of the states must agree with the amendment for it to be added to the Constitution.
The Constitution and Federal laws have more say than State Constitutions and State Laws. This is known as the Supremacy clause.
Discusses the approval of the Constitution and how it had to be approved by 9 states for it to work. The Constitution was ratified on June 27, 1788.