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how does the power of judicial review affect the seperation of power in the Federal Goverment?

Judicial review is part of the system of checks and balances. If each branch of government was able to do what they wanted when they wanted, we would be in more of a mess as a country than we already are. However, judicial review makes it so that no branch is more powerful than another.

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