SCOTUS Has Final Say? T/F Tuesday Answer:  Art III of the Constitution vests judicial power in the SCOTUS for all cases arising under the constitution.  So, what is “judicial power?” It is the “authority vested in courts to hear and decide cases and to make binding judgments on them; the power to construe and apply the law when controversies arise over what has been de or not done under it.” Black’s Law Dictionary. So, does SCOTUS have power to declare acts constitutional or unconstitutional? Or only within the contexts of the specific disputes before them? #ConstitutionMatters