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Article III This article established the Supreme Court and authorizes Congress to establish lower federal  courts. The types of cases the courts have jurisdiction over are given, and a provision is made for the  right to trial by jury. While not specifically stated, the power of the courts to declare a law  unconstitutional is implied.  Article IV The full faith and credit clause requires that the legislative and judicial actions of one state be  honored by the other states. Additionally, a citizen of any state has the same privileges as citizens of  all the other states. Article IV also provides for adding new states to the union, guarantees each state 
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