"The U.S. Supreme Court can strike down acts of the legislature as unconstitutional, which is not true in most governments. They can do that for laws passed by states and for laws passed by Congress and signed by the president. That is a lot of power." – Richard Lazarus

« The U.S. Supreme Court can strike down acts of the legislature as unconstitutional, which is not true in most governments. They can do that for laws passed by states and for laws passed by Congress and signed by the president. That is a lot of power. » – Richard Lazarus

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