The United States Supreme Court
The laws of the United States of America are governed by the Constitution which is broken down into three main branches. These branches are the Legislative Branch, Executive Branch and the Judicial Branch. The Judicial Branch of the government is made up of the Supreme Court, Circuit court of Appeals, Specialized Courts and District Court. Congress passes laws, the President either passes or vetoes these laws, but the Supreme Court decides if the law is constitutional or not.
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