Who is in charge of upholding the supremacy clause of the United States Constitution?
individual state courts
individual state governments
the president of the United States
the United States Supreme Court
All three branches are supposed to uphold the Constitution.
The courts exercise judicial review, passing judgment on whether Congress did pass a law that exceeds the powers delegated to it, [ and the courts do that IF someone has a lawsuit challenging the law.
But the members of Congress, too, have sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution, and they should not vote for laws that violate it. They
should predict whether or not the courts would strike down the laws that they pass. The President should veto bills that are unconstitutional.... ]
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