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Unformatted text preview: up, and based on how everyone in our country has different views, its probably best that the government makes those decision even though if we think their opinion is fair or not. Maybe, because thats just the way it seems from the outside looking in. If anyone one wanted to sue a church for helping feed the homeless someone would think that the Courtney Smith Professor King Con Law 4200 9/7/10 person suing isnt a Christian or has religious beliefs. Honesty Flast probably just wanted to delegate where his money is going and being spent, and as a taxpayer many would agree with him fighting for his case. Holdings: Flast won the case 8 to 1. Flast had both his points proven and the Supreme Court said that the government can not use separation of powers as a ruling for this trial....
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