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Immigration & Naturalization Serv. v. Chadha

ELR Citation: ELR 20663
Nos. Nos. 80-1832 et al., 462 U.S. 919/(U.S., 06/23/1983)

The Supreme Court holds that the legislative veto provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act, §244(c)(2), is unconstitutional, thereby invalidating similar legislative veto clauses in other federal statutes. First, the Court dismisses jurisdictional challenges based on lack of standing and nonjusticiability....

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