The supreme law in the United States is the U. S. Constitution. Next in each state is the constitution of that state. Therefore the constitution of Illinois is the supreme law in Illinois secondary to the constitution of the United States. There is no provision in either constitution for anyone to “interpret” the words written in these constitutions, not even a Supreme Court Judge on either the Federal or State level. Also, there is no provision for anyone to say “I believe what was written is a mask of what the author or authors really meant, and what they really meant is so and so.”
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