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Will have to sign the bill into law again. This is the wonderful system that the Founding Fathers created. No one of the three branches has the power to be a tyrant. All three must work together to create good laws for all Americans. CITIZENS AND THEIR GOVERNMENTS: Democracy at Work 29 Glossary amendments (uh-MEND-muhnts) changes to a constitution or other official document appropriations (uh-proh-pree-EY-shuhns) Congressional decisions on how money should be distributed bill (bil) name for a proposed law direct democracy (di-REKT di-MOK-ruh-see) one in which all citizens vote on ever y issue executive (ig-ZEK-yuh-tiv) branch of the federal government that is headed by the president hearings (HEER-ingz) meetings in Congress where members listen to the views of experts and citizens House of Representatives (hous uv rep-ri-ZEN-tuh-tivz) one of the two parts of Congress judicial (joo-DISH-uhl) branch of the federal government that is made up of the court system legislative (LEJ-is-ley-tiv) branch of the federal government that is made up of Congress override (oh-ver-RAHYD) vote in Congress to create a law after a president has turned it down representative democracy (rep-ri-ZEN-tuh-tiv di-MOK-ruh-see) one in which citizens elect others to represent them in the decision-making process Senate (SEN-it) one of the two parts of Congress separation of powers (sep-uh-REY-shuhn uv POU-erz) division of power among the three branches of the federal government tyrant (TAHY-ruhnt) ruler who governs, often unfairly, without any restrictions unconstitutional (uhn-kon-sti-TOO-shuh-nl) something that goes against the United States Constitution veto (VEE-toh) refuse approval 30 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY For More Information Books Editors of Time.