The Constitution of the United States has been described by many to be the most important legal document ever transcribed in history. It gave birth to the United States and to numerous democracies all over the world.
With its emphasis on checks and balances between the three branches of government, the constitution has enabled the progress of civilized society into the 21st century. Nowhere is this more clear than in the progress of law and interpreting law, which happens in courtrooms around the country.
Laws at the highest level are formed and passed by the legislative branch–the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate. As of the 110th Congress, the House of Representatives is composed of 435 Members. They are elected every two years among the 50 states, proportional to the population in those Read More