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Why would it not be appropriate for Congress to get the Supreme Court’s opinion about a bill it is considering?
A.It would check the President’s power of veto.
B.It would upset the legislative process.
C.The Supreme Court cannot rule on a law that does not exist.***
D.The Supreme Court is not in session when Congress is in session.

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