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Which role does the judicial branch play in making public policy?

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determining whether a newly adopted tax law is legal

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desterming a state law may standΒ 
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Determining the scope of a new health care law

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The judicial system is the arbiter and interpreter of the law as passed by the legislative branch of government. As part of the three branches of the US government they are responsible to see that the other two branches, (legislative and executive) do not over-step the bounds of legality.

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In the US system of government, the judiciary is responsible for oversight and review. Public policies have to be in accordance with the US Constitution and other laws. The judiciary ensures this is the case.

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The judiciary has the power to decide whether the policy is unconstitutional, and if stated so, may tweak the law as they please.

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Determining that a law passed by a state legislature may stand

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