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The term judicial review refers to the power of A. the Supreme Court to declare laws unconstitutional, thereby striking them down. B. Congress to declare laws unconstitutional, thereby striking them down. C. the Supreme Court to review older court cases, making sure justice has been done. D. the president to declare laws unconstitutional, thereby striking them down

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Blair Lewis on May 23, 2018

The correct answer is A. the Supreme Court to declare laws unconstitutional, striking them downWhen a new law is made by congress and the president, the Supreme Court reviews it to see if it is constitutional or unconstitutional. If it has been proven to be unconstitutional, then it is prohibited, and the law can't be applied. If it's good, then it is ratified and used.


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