Constitution and Validity What happens when law conflicts

The Federal Constitution= The Law of the Land

Any local, state or federal law is deemed invalid if it violates the Constitution

Statutes, which are laws enacted by legislatures, must be valid to be Constitutional

Case Laws which are made through decisions of federal and state courts, can be changed by the people if they do not agree with them

Administrative law may also be revoked may also be revoked if it's outside the agencies power or limit. Administrative laws are regulated by the government and are sometimes giving judicial power meaning they're able to apply the law

On a state level, if a local/ state law is classified as invalid if it conflicts with the Constitution

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