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Posted by Anthony on Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 12:43pm.

The judiciary’s status as an independent branch of the national government rests on judicial review, which grants the judiciary the authority to
a. make political decisions; judges can overturn any congressional or presidential decision they personally dislike.
b. decide which laws apply to a particular case.
c. ignore public opinion when making decisions.
d. invalidate the actions of other institutions when judges believe they have acted unconstitutionally.
e. strike down certain sections of the Constitution.

is it D?

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