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When the U.S. Supreme Court rules on a constitutional issue, the A. state governments whose statutes conflict with the decision must amend their laws B. legislative branch can edit the law involved before the court rules it unconstitutional C. executive branch can order a review of the case and evidence by the legislative branch D. decision is final unless overturned by a constitutional amendment or new court decision

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Amanda Johnson on August 24, 2018

The best answer that fits the blank space is the option D. Based on the U. S Supreme Court, which can only rule on a constitutional question, because the decision must be final, unless overturned by a constitutional amendment or a new decision of the court. I hope this helps.


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