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congress is able to pass new laws, but the supreme court has the ability to overturn them if they violate the constitution

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Congress has the power to propose the laws, but the president must approve them in most cases.
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Answer above me is correctβœ…-APEX
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The president sets a policy for enforcing the law, but the Supreme Court can void the policy if it violates the Constitution. -Apex

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congress has the power to propose laws, but the president must approve them in most cases.

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The Supreme Court determines which laws must be enforced, but the president can legally challenge its decision.

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