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What is the main purpose of state legislatures?

A-to provide legislative support for Congress
B-to challenge the legality of federal laws
C-to control the legislation of local governments
D-to make and pass laws at the state level
E-to provide financial support for the federal government
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D-to make and pass laws at the state level

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The main function of a legislature in a state is to make laws that apply to that state. In our governmental system, we have three branches of government.  These are the executive, the legislative, and the judicial.  The general function of the legislature is to make laws.  The executive’s main function is to carry out the laws.  The judicial branch interprets the laws when there are disagreements about their application in a given case.

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