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onetenther, it seems your a little paranoid about yourself, not the States.

2 years, 1 month ago on Surprise: Law Professor Misinterprets Supremacy Clause – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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Separation of Powers is the relationship between the federal legislation (congress) and the judiciary (U.S. Supreme court). This means Congress cannot re-define a ruling passed down by the U.S. Supreme court. You guys need to step up your game, this is just to easy for me. No really, it is just to easy. duh!

2 years, 1 month ago on Surprise: Law Professor Misinterprets Supremacy Clause – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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Only the U.S. Supreme Court can rule if the federal govt. laws are unconstitutional. Until then, states must follow federal law. If they refuse they are then not following the constitution under article VI, clause 2.  Seems pretty clear to me so what's the problem.

2 years, 1 month ago on Surprise: Law Professor Misinterprets Supremacy Clause – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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only the u.s. supreme court can over rule the federal government. so yes, states must follow all federal laws until the supreme court rules otherwise. duh!

2 years, 1 month ago on Surprise: Law Professor Misinterprets Supremacy Clause – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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