Nothing but the President can choose not to enforce it. (The decision)
The Supreme Court has no power to enforce its own decisions.
No, the US Supreme Court can't enforce its decisions; this limitation is one of the checks on the power of the Judicial branch. The Court generally must rely on the Executive branch to ensure the order the Supreme Court is carried out.
The power of judicial review allows the supreme court to: 1)Overturn an act of Congress that violates the Constitution. ...2) Can obstruct the supreme court's rulings by refusing to enforce them. ...3) Can overturn an unconstitutional law passed by Congress.
The Supreme Court is the head of the judicial branch of the government and has the responsibility to enforce the Constitution. If legislation is found to be unconstitutional then it is overturned.
The Executive branch, headed by the President.
The US Supreme Court lacks the ability to enforce its own decisions, which is a check on the Judicial Branch of government. The Executive Branch is vested with the authority and obligation to enforce Supreme Court decisions, and the Legislative branch can support a decision by passing laws upholding the Court's finding.
The Executive Branch does not enforce its decisions, Congress and States can ratify a new amendment to change the US Constitution, and the S.C. only "rules" on the cases that come before it.
The federal government did not enforce the Court's decisions.