Why is the Supremacy Clause Important?


The reason that the Supremacy Clause is so important is because it creates a stronghold for the law of the land and legal system being supreme over all others.
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The reason that the supremacy clause is important, is because it establishes us with the law of the land, which is part of the legal system. All Judges are forced to uphold this law.
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