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Court Reform And Breathing Space Under The Establishment Clause, Mark C. Rahdert Jun 2012

Court Reform And Breathing Space Under The Establishment Clause, Mark C. Rahdert

Chicago-Kent Law Review

Flast v. Cohen held that federal taxpayers have standing to challenge government spending for religion. While Frothingham v. Mellon generally prohibits taxpayer standing in federal courts, the Court reasoned that the Establishment Clause specifically prohibits taxation in any amount to fund unconstitutional religious spending. For several decades Flast has been settled law that supplied jurisdiction in many leading establishment cases. But Hein v. Freedom from Religion Foundation, Inc. and Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization v. Winn signal that Flast may soon be overruled. This jurisdictional ferment raises two questions: Why this sudden shift? And what does it signify for the ...


Standing Up For Flast: Taxpayer And Citizen Standing To Raise Constitutional Issues, David S. Bogen Jan 1979

Standing Up For Flast: Taxpayer And Citizen Standing To Raise Constitutional Issues, David S. Bogen

Faculty Scholarship

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Standing Up For Flast: Taxpayer And Citizen Standing To Raise Constitutional Issues, David S. Bogen Jan 1978

Standing Up For Flast: Taxpayer And Citizen Standing To Raise Constitutional Issues, David S. Bogen

Kentucky Law Journal

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