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Judicial review comes from Article VI, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution, which states that state courts must uphold the Constitution as the supreme law of the land. This authority was also extended to the U.S. Supreme C... More »

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Judicial power involves constitutional authority assigned to courts and judges, according to the Free Dictionary. The authority enables them to interpret and apply the law, arbitrate legal disputes and carry out justice. More »

The judicial powers of the president of the United States are the power to pardon and grant reprieves, the power to appoint federal judges and the power to appoint justices to the Supreme Court. The power to appoint judg... More »

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The Supremacy Clause is defined in Article VI of the Constitution as giving the federal government priority in any case where state or local laws hinder legislation passed by Congress. According to HowStuffWorks, the fed... More »

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Judicial review is controversial because an unelected group is charged with interpreting the Constitution and thereby the validity of laws affecting the populous.Judicial review should be void of all political bias, howe... More »

As directed by the U.S. Constitution, the president of the United States generally signs federal legislation into law. His signature is not required when Congress overrides a presidential veto or when he declines to act ... More »

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Equal protection, as supported by the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution, provides equal protection of the law to all individuals within each state's jurisdiction, according to Cornell Univ... More »

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