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Congress’s (Less) Limited Power to Represent Itself in Court: A Comment on Grove and Devins

In their recent article, Congress’s (Limited) Power to Represent Itself in Court, Tara Leigh Grove and Neal Devins make the case against congressional litigation in defense of the constitutionality of federal statutes. They conclude that Congress, or a single House of Congress, may not defend the constitutionality of federal statutes in court even when the […]

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