POSC NOTES 2-9-2012

POSC NOTES 2-9-2012 - Notes 2/9/2012 POSC 130 Access...

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Notes 2/9/2012 POSC 130 Access ruLES/justiciability Prohibition against advisory opinions -clarifying what law means 1)arguments for and against: both arguments stem from productivity 2)two requirements??? Standing Rules 1)Constitutional requirements injure—plantiff must allege he was injured or will soon be injured -you cant just go to court because the climate is annoying you this prevents issues for enviromentalists harms: violations of common law rights statutory right Standing Cases from last time Sierra [club] vs Morton (1976) SCRAP (1973) Lujan vs National Wildlife Bear procedural requirements: Causation (must be suing person that caused the problem) and redressability(??) Linda R.S. v Richard D Prudential requirements Prohibition against third party standing 3 exceptions a. close relationship between advocate and third party(ie doctor raising claim on behalf of people in need of contraceptives, in griswald ct,;relationship b/t bartender and person that couldn’t get bear; but one mom didn’t get the chance to
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course POSC 130 taught by Professor Rentelen during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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