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16 April, 11:08

Which part of the government, according to the Constitution, is made up of

justices who make sure that laws are followed?

A. The State House

B. The Supreme Court

C. The Appeals Court

D. The Senate

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  1. 16 April, 11:15
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    B. The Supreme Court
  2. 16 April, 11:37
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    Answer:c

    Explanation:

    The correct answer is C. The Supreme Court. This court consists of Justices that are in that position for a lifetime. Their job is to reach a verdict on whether or not a law is constitutional and whether or not the people or states have been wronged by anything done by the government or the law itself. It's not much about the law as it is about the constitution.
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