Courts and Congress

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Courts and Congress

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  • The federal judiciary and Congress have the power to check each other's authority. Congress determines the courts' jurisdictions, confirms their members, and pays their bills. The judiciary— most particularly the Supreme Court—defines the limits of congressional authority.

    Both branches have exercised these ...

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