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How is popular sovereignty present in US Federal government?

I know popular sovereignty means the people have the primary source of governmental authority (it also had to do with slaves states and how a state registered their vote as a slave state or not a slave state...
Thank you very much!

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    All federal officials and laws are passed by representatives. I know of no law or action that is taken as a result of a popular citizen vote.

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    According to what I scanned online, the U.S. doesn't have real popular sovereignty now. Check this site.

    Then try a Google search for popular sovereignty U.S.

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    thank you very much!

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