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Running head: DOMESTIC POLICY 1 The Congress and President Domestic Policy A public policy is where the government upholds order and focuses on the citizens’ needs in a course of actions that are defined in the US constitution. The meaning behind the public policy, though highly vague, is made up of a set of constitutional laws, regulations, and judicial decisions that are placed through a political process. Hence, the process of these laws is assigned to the US Congress, which are the House of Representatives and the Senate. Moreover, the president has the executive order to carry out and enforce federal laws, which makes both the president and Congress interact with one another. In Article 2 of the constitution, the president is the commander and chief of the army and navy where the president has the power to make treaties with the assistance of Congress. Since the president is the commander and chief, the president also has the authority to send soldiers into battle. Article 2 also makes the president responsible in knowing that the laws are properly

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