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What is judicial review? a. The power of the Judicial Branch to review laws, Executive orders, and Executive acts to ensure that they are Constitutional. b. The power of the Judicial Branch to impeach the President and members of Congress. c. The power of the Legislative Branch to appoint or remove Supreme Court Judges at any time. d. The power of the Executive Branch to deem Supreme Court rulings unconstitutional.

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The judicial review is a power to review of the judicial branch of the government. This revision concerns the laws passed by the legislative branch and the executive orders passed by the executive branch of the government (=the President). So the correct answer is: a. The power of the Judicial Branch to review laws, Executive orders, and Executive acts to ensure that they are Constitutional.

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