Let me edumatize you:
The Supreme Court DOES have the authority over states, WHEN states, counties, municipalities, or even private corporations are violating the constitution, i.e.: your bill of rights. If a state commits an outrage, but it doesn't violate the bill of rights or the US Constitution, the Supreme Court has no authority over such outrage. Keep in mind, though, that the case has to wend its way up through the local, county, state, and federal apellate courts before it makes it to the Supes.
That's putting judicial activism aside, for the sake of pure definition.
Hugs from Chile.
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