When Law conflicts What really happens?

Any local, state, or federal law is not valid if it conflicts with the constitution. To keep conflicts from happening statues must be valid by the constitution, before being passed as a law.
We The People

Laws can be changed, if people vote for legislative to do so.

Ordinances must be valid but only in their jurisdiction. Only their jurisdiction.


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