• Yes, Implied Powers

    Although the words Judicial Review do not appear in the Constitution, the power to do so is still granted. Article III grants the Supreme Court appellate jurisdiction over any case, including legislation, and it's power shall be determined in part by Congress. Article IV states that the Constitution is " the supreme Law of the Land" and every judge and official must support it. This means that the Supreme Court has the duty to apply the appropriate laws to a case, and because the Constitution is the 'supreme law,' the Supreme Court has the Constitutional authority to enact Judicial Review.

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