Supreme Court cases v. The United States?
So there are plenty of Supreme Court cases entitles "XXXXX v. the United States" where someone sues the US Government, every one I've seen has been a Government victory, is there any of these in which the US Government loss?
@laughter_every_day: Not what I asked, I asked if the US Government ever lost a suit against them during a SUPREME COURT case, I know the government gets sued constantly at lower levels, I am talking about on the NATIONAL level
- batyLv 43 years ago
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- Robert David MLv 77 years ago
Since everything's right-wing corporate and wrong, I'd say.
Not nearly enough cases are being decided by realist minds."
Thanks for asking.