Is the Court the Final Arbiter of the Constitution?


Politifact just ran a story regarding whether or not one of the presidential contenders is right with respect to whether or not court orders are the final arbiter of what the Constitution says.

And in this article it says that the allegation that they are not is mostly false.

Mat Staver: Matt, this is a major issue with regards to what is the final rule of law? What is final arbiter of the Constitution?

The Constitution does not give any one of the branches of government the final authority over the constitutionality of any particular law. Doesn’t give it to the Executive, doesn’t give it to the Legislature, and it certainly doesn’t give it to the Judiciary.
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