Those aren't laws, they are regulations. Big difference. And most of the time, regulations must be in accordance with legislative statutes (laws).Laws even come directly from the Executive branch such as the governor and president (in the form of administrative regulations)
Executive power does contain veto power, but only within a short window of opportunity. Neither presidents nor governors can veto old legislation. And their vetoes are subject to override by the legislative branch of government.-- and the governor or president has the sole authority to take it upon himself or herself to veto (strike down) something voted in by the House and Henate of either a state or the U.S. as Governors and Presidents have to approve laws created by the legislatures.
Courts determine whether acts of congress or administrative regulations are in accordance with the constitution only when challenged.And the Courts interpret rules created by the legislative and executive branches -- and if it determines that a rule does not meet constitutional requirements it can invalidate a law.
Bullshit. Unfortunately some courts have usurped such authority, but they certainly don't lawfully hold power to legislate.And the Courts can also (and have always been able to) create law itself
More bullshit. Common law is not court-made law. It is natural law that exists apart from and predates government.-- this is called the "Common Law" system which we have had since the countries founding...in fact we brought all English "common law" (court-made law) with us from England and adopted it...
Courts are not empowered to make laws, nor does the legislature have the power to alter or abolish court decisions....although courts are empowered to make these laws, leglislatures can chage or abolished those laws as long as the legislation is consitutional...
You are in serious need of some basic civics lessons. It's been a long, long time since I saw so much bullshit being bandied about as fact.