anonymous
  • anonymous
The federal courts essentially make policy when they interpret phrases expressed in the Constitution make decisions related to the scope of judicial power make and approve other judicial appointments review and approve laws passed by Congress
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Zyi6
  • Zyi6
So, if a federal court can strike down, or eliminate, a law if it violates the Constitution... How do you think they make policies?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A?
Zyi6
  • Zyi6
Yes! I think you are getting it!

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pinklion23
  • pinklion23
yeah i think the answer is A as well

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