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anonymous

  • one year ago

A federal court may only strike down a federal statute on what grounds? Fragility Futility Unconstitutionality Unpopularity

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  1. Zyi6
    • one year ago
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    Well, let's look at some of the facts here: A federal statute is something that MUST be followed. There are plenty of laws that are fragile, and they are not struck down, so I would Say A is out. Almost ANY law is going to be unpopular somewhere, so that will not matter in the grand scheme of things, so D is out. Using this information, what do you think it is based upon the remaining two answers?

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    C? @Zyi6

  3. Zyi6
    • one year ago
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    Very good!

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