#constitution

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censure
to express disapproval
dissent
to disagree or withhold approval; to differ in opinion or feeling
successor
a person or thing that replaces another
cabinet
an advisory board that is composed of the heads of executive departments
inauguration
a formal ceremony installing a person in office
judicial review
the power of the supreme court to decide if the laws and actions of federal and state governments are constitutional
commission
a legal document that authorizes a person to perform legal duties
precedent
a legal decision that serves as an example in later court cases
habeas corpus
court order requiring the release of a prisoner unless good cause for imprisonment can be shown
concurrent
happening at the same time; shared powers between state and federal governments
joint resolution
a resolution passed by both houses
elector
one who is qualified to vote in an election; member of the electoral college