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What might happen if the Constitution allowed state laws to have supremacy over federal laws?

If the state laws had more power than federal laws the Constitution would have little to no power.


What might happen if the constitution allowed state law to have supremacy over federal law?

If the state laws had more power than Federal Laws the Constitution would have little to no power.


What might happened if the constitution allowed state law to have supremacy over federal law?

If the state laws had more power than Federal Laws the Constitution would have little to no power.


States are allowed to make their own laws as long as?

Either the congress approves, they agree with laws in other states, they agree with the United States constitution, and the president approves them.


States are allowed to make their own laws as long as what?

either the congress approves them,they agree with laws in other states,they agree with the united states constitution,or the president approves them.


Who allowed the framers to add the commerce clause to the constitution because of confusion caused by each state passing its own trade laws?

The framers added the commerce clause to the Constitution because it prevents states from passing their own trade laws.


A country's government has a king who creates and executes all of its laws. However it also has a constitution that places some limits on what kinds of laws the king is allowed to create. A Supreme Co?

Separation of power!


What is the body of laws that everyone agrees on?

The answer is the constitution. The constitution is the body of laws that every body agrees the obey


What did the constitution accomplish?

It set up a system of government and laws which allowed the branches of the government not to become too powerful. It also help pave the way for the modern government we have today.


What are all the powers of the legistive branch?

The legislative branch is allowed to make the laws of the government within the limits of the Constitution. Much of their activities lately have been based off of very loose interpretations of the Constitution.


What is the effect of the supremacy clause in the Constitution?

States cannot pass laws the contradict the Constitution


What allowed Louisiana and other states the right to create their own constitutions and governments?

The U.S. Constitution gave states the power to make their own laws.