The Founders felt all three of the Branches of Government have a co-equal responsibility to consider Constitutional questions. Certainly The Executive Branch must consider Constitutional questions every day under the Dept of Justice and Federal Law Enforcement. That is their job. Congress must also consider Constitutional questions when formulating Law. Imho this is where things fall apart. Congress does not do their job and seriously consider Constitutional questions when making Law. This is a serious error which has given the Courts leeway to usurp the will of the people. This should never happen. The Courts have every right and responsibility to consider Constitutional questions and to call out those Laws "repugnant to the Constitution." They do not have the right to invalidate or nullify Law. To directly answer your question. The remedy for bad Law (i.e. Law "repugnant to the Constitution") must be kicked back to the Congress to fix. Period. The Congress directly represents us....We the People. If they make bad Law they, the Congress, can amend or nullify the Law. Not the Courts.