o Five major doctrines:
§ Prohibition against advisory opinions
§ Political question doctrine
(P) must allege that s/he has suffered or imminently will suffer injury and
(P) must allege that the injury is fairly traceable to (D)'s conduct
(P) must allege that a favorable federal court decision is likely to redress the injury
A party may assert only his or her own rights and cannot raise claims of a third party
A (P) may not sue as a tax payer who shares a grievance in common with all other tax payers
1. Wrongs capable of repetition but evade review (e.g. Roe v. Wade)
2. Voluntary cessation
3. Class action suits
-President ordered national control of steel mills
-Held: Pres. cannot do this without direction of Congress or under express authority of the Constitution (i.e. President cannot create laws)
-Emergency does not create powers for the PRes. (J. Douglas)
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