Give examples of when it might be necessary for one branch to exercise more power than another branch?

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Mar 8, 2018

Answer:

The US government, along with others, operates on checks and balances. The legislative, judicial, and executive branch powers are balanced by this system.

Explanation:

For example, the president (part of the executive branch), can veto laws. However, the other two branches can issue what is known as the 2/3 vote to show the majority's opinion, which keep the president's power in check.