Article III of the Constitution does not grant to the Supreme Court the authority to  decide on what is and what is not Constitutional. The Supreme Court has no legislative authority to make or nullify laws.

The rulings of the Supreme Court are the opinions of a panel of nine politically appointed lawyers. The have no lawful authority to make or nullify laws. 

The Congressional  representatives of the people are the rightful and ultimate arbiter what is and what is nor Constitutional. Two thirds of the members of both houses should be required to certify that the proposed legislation is Constitutional.

This policy would end the ability of five unelected, politically appointed lawyers ro rule and reign over 545 representatives of over 300 million Americans.

The delegates of the stares wrote the Constitution and created the government . The states are greater than that which they created. The Tenth Amendment affirms the states are the master and the Federal government is the servant.

Keith Broaders

1230 N Street Apt 510
Sacramento, California

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