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How can Senate override Supreme Court decision by passing a new law? They are poised to do that now


It has to do with Hobby Lobby decision.

 

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    dashingscorpio 2 years ago

    Excellent answer! It will not be the first time this has happened. If the new law is constitutionally challenged as was Obamacare it will be sent to the Supreme Court. Parties unhappy with Obamacare still want to repeal it but it would be vetoed.


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    junkseller 2 years ago

    "If the decision interprets a federal law, Congress can amend or replace the law to correct its deficiency." The Hobby Lobby case was an interpretation of federal law, not the Constitution.