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Unformatted text preview: Issues: Did the court really need to discuss parts of the land grant? No. Was the transfer of the property an act of authority? No (my personal opinion). Does the group suing have a strong enough case to have the supreme court settle it? Yes and no. Reasoning: No, because Americans United really didn’t have any good grounds to sue on even thought they without a doubt felt like they did. Americans United didn’t even show Courtney Smith Professor King Con Law 4200 9/9/10 a personal injury. In my opinion I feel like it was not basically just by reading the taxation clause of the Constitution. Yes, because of how it affects so many people. And no because the case really isn’t that serious since no one is in harm, but it does bend the laws of our constitution. Holdings: Valley Forge won the case 5 to 4. The Supreme Court said Americans United can not sue Valley Forge....
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- Fall '10
- Supreme Court of the United States, Valley Forge Christian College, Forge Christian College, Valley Forge Christian