Really it's possible? I have heard a lot about that today. I thought it was only possible for states to 'veto' a bill but not an actual law. Can the states overturn a federal law? How? Links to this information please. I have never heard of this before.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 5:44 PM on Mar. 22, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
They have to challenge it in court on constitutional grounds. Happy Reading
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Answer by eema.gray at 6:30 PM on Mar. 22, 2010
Here is a quick lesson about our country's checks and balances. Begin with the three branches of government; Executive (the president), the legislative ( the congress:senate and house), and the judicial, the supreme court, made of nine judges. The president can give an executive order for the legislative to come up with a bill to be made into a law. The congress did that , they voted and it passed, the president signed it into law. Now it can be bought before the supreme court to test it to see if it is lawful according to our constitution.
I am personally against the HC refrom law. I am interested to see what will happen at the supreme court level.
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