Marbury v. Madison | How it gave the Supreme Court the power to decide fate of “Obama care”
Donald Scarinci explains how Marbury v. Madison, decided in 1803, gives the United States Supreme Court the power to decide whether “Obama care” will be the law of the land or not.
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