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Recent Amicus Cases

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Case Name: Novo Nordisk Inc., et al. v. Xavier Becerra, et al.

Court:  United States District Court District Of New Jersey 

Docket: Case No. 3:23-CV-20814-ZNQ-JBD

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Filed: February 5, 2024

Case Issues:  In considering cross-motions for summary judgment, should the Court declare that the Inflation Reduction Act’s Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program is unconstitutional and stop the government from implementing the law?

 

Case Name: Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation v. Xavier Becerra, et al.

Court:  United States District Court District Of New Jersey 

Docket: Case No. 3:23-cv-14221-ZNQ-DEA

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Filed: January 23, 2024

Case Issues:  In considering cross-motions for summary judgment, should the Court declare that the Inflation Reduction Act’s Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program is unconstitutional and stop the government from implementing the law?

 

Case Name: Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, et al. v. Becerra, et al.

Court: United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio

Docket:  Case No. 3:23-cv-00156-MJN-PBS

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Filed: December 28, 2023

Case Issues: Whether the Inflation Reduction Act’s Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program is constitutional and should be implemented as enacted by Congress. 

 

Case Name: Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. v. Department of Health & Human Services, et al.

Court: United States District Court for the District of Connecticut

Docket:  Case No. 3:23-cv-01103

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Filed: December 26, 2023

Case Issues: In considering cross-motions for summary judgment, should the Court declare that the Inflation Reduction Act’s Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program is unconstitutional and stop the government from implementing the law?

 

Case Name: Astrazeneca Pharmaceuticals LP, et al., v. U.S. Secretary of Health & Human Services, et al

Court:  United States District Court for the District Of Delaware

Docket: Case No. 1:23-cv-00931

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Filed: November 8, 2023

Case Issues: Whether the Inflation Reduction Act’s Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program is constitutional and should be implemented as enacted by Congress. 

 

Case Name: Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc v. Xavier Becerra, U.S. Secretary of Health & Human Services, et al

Court:  United States District Court for the District of New Jersey

Docket: Case No. 3:23-cv-03818-ZNQ-JBD 

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Filed: October 23, 2023

Case Issues: Whether the Inflation Reduction Act’s Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program is constitutional and should be implemented as enacted by Congress?

 

Case Name:  Bristol Myers Squibb v. Xavier Becerra, U.S. Secretary of Health & Human Services, et al

Court:  United States District Court for the District of New Jersey

Docket: Case No. 3:23-cv-03335-ZNQ-JBD 

Read Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Filed: October 23, 2023

Case Issues: Whether the Inflation Reduction Act’s Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program is constitutional and should be implemented as enacted by Congress?

 

Case Name: Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce v. Becerra

Court:  U.S. Dist. Ct. S.D. Ohio Docket: 3:23-cv-00156

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Decided: 9/29/2023

Case Issues: Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss Denied

 

Case Name: Merck v. Becerra

Court:  U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Docket: Case No. 1:23-cv-1615-CKK

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)

Filed: September 18, 2023

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Case Issue: In considering cross-motions for summary judgment, should the Court declare that the Inflation Reduction Act’s Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program is unconstitutional and stop the government from implementing the law against Merck?

 

Case Name: Cagle v. NHC Healthcare

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 2d Cir.   Docket: 22-2757

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Decided: 8/28/2023

Case Result: The court held that the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act neither requires removal to federal court for COVID-related negligence action nor completely preempts state causes of action for negligence.  Thus, a nursing facility resident could bring a lawsuit in state court against a nursing facility for injuries and death caused during the COVID-19 pandemic.   

 

Case Name: Robinhood Financial, LLC v. Galvin

Court: Supreme Judicial Ct., Mass. Docket: SJC-13381

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Decided: 8/25/2023

Case Result: The court unanimously upheld a state regulation under the Massachusetts Uniform Securities Act that imposes a uniform fiduciary duty on all financial firms’ offers of investment advice, including by broker-dealers.

 

Case Name: Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce v. Becerra

Court:  U.S. Dist. Ct. S.D. Ohio Docket: 3:23-cv-00156

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Filed: 8/18/2023

Case Issues: Whether the court should preliminarily enjoin provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act that authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to negotiate how much Medicare will pay for some of the costliest, single-source, brand-name prescription drugs.

 

Case Name: Heredia v. Sunrise Senior Living, LLC

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir.  Docket: 22-55332

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Decided: 8/2/2023

Case Issues: The court of appeals affirmed the certification of a class of assisted living facility residents in litigation against Sunrise arising from its alleged misrepresentations that residents can have “peace of mind” to “age in place” and receive sufficient staffing at its facilities “365 days a week” to fulfill their needs, in violation of California consumer protection statutes.

 

Case Name: E.E.O.C. v. Yale New Haven Hospital, Inc.

Court:  U.S. Dist. Ct. Conn. Docket: 3:20-cv-00187-VLB

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Filed: 7/14/2023

Case Issues: Do the ADEA and ADA permit Yale New Haven hospital (YNHH) to require all its physicians to submit to cognitive and ophthalmologic testing every two years, beginning at age 70, in light of research suggesting such tests not “necessary” to safeguard patient safety, and apparent gaps in evidence suggesting otherwise, as YNHH contends? 

 

Case Name: Braidwood Management, Inc., et al. v. Xavier Becerra et al.

Court:  U.S. Ct. of Appeals Fifth Circuit Docket: 23-10326

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Filed: 6/29/2023

Case Issues: Was the USDC for the Northern District of Texas correct in its ruling that all actions taken to implement or enforce the preventive care coverage requirements for the services recommended by The United States Preventive Services Task Force (“USPSTF”) on or after the passage of the ACA were unlawful?

 

Case Name: Charles Logan v. Country Oaks Partners, LLC et al.

Court:  Supreme Court of the State of California  Docket: S276545

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Filed: 6/14/2023

Case Issues: (1) Does an Advance Health Care Directive that empowers an agent to make “health care decisions” thereby enable that agent to make the legal decision to bind the principal to a pre-dispute arbitration agreement with a skilled nursing facility, when receiving health care from the facility cannot be conditioned upon agreeing to arbitrate? (2) Is using standard principles of construction to interpret the scope of agency created by the Advance Health Care Directive and the Probate Code’s definition of “health care decision” preempted by the Federal Arbitration Act? 

 

Case Name: Health and Hosp. Corp. of Marion Cty, et al. v. Talevski

Court: U.S. Supreme Court  Docket: 21-806

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Decided: 6/8/2023

Case result:  The court held that private plaintiffs can enforce spending clause enactments through 42 U.S.C. § 1983 and allow private damages actions to enforce rights under the Federal Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987, including to be free from unnecessary physical or chemical restraints and to be discharged or transferred only when certain preconditions are satisfied. 

 

Case Name: Fair v. Continental Resources

Court: U.S. Supreme Court  Docket: S-21-074

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Decided: 6/5/2023

Case Result: The court granted the petition for certiorari, vacated the judgment below, and remanded for further consideration in light of Tyler v. Hennepin County.

 

Case Name: Tyler v. Hennepin Cnty (MN)

Court: U.S. Supreme Court  Docket: 22-166

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

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Filed: 5/25/2023

Case Result:  In a unanimous decision, the court held that Hennepin County unconstitutionally retained the excess value of her home above her tax debt in violation of the takings clause, which bars the government from taking private property for public use without adequately compensating the property owner.

 

Case Name: Heredia v. Sunrise Senior Living, LLC

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir.  Docket: 22-55332

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)

Filed: 2/3/2023

Case Issues: Whether the District Court properly certified a class of assisted living facility residents in litigation against Sunrise arising from its misrepresentations that residents can have “peace of mind” to “age in place” and receive sufficient staffing at its facilities “365 days a week” to fulfill their needs in violation of California consumer protection statutes.

 

Case Name: Tyler v. Hennepin Cnty (MN)

Court: U.S. Supreme Court   Docket: 22-166

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)

Filed: 1/23/2023

Case Issues: Should the Supreme Court grant review of, and overturn, the Eighth Circuit’s ruling that it was permissible under the U.S. Constitution “Takings Clause” for Minnesota property tax authorities to permanently seize all $40,000 of Geraldine Tyler’s home equity to collect a mere $15,000 debt, the government keeping the $25,000 in “surplus equity” for public use without any compensation? 

 

Case Name: Cagle v. NHC Healthcare

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 2d Cir.   Docket: 22-2757

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)

Filed: 1/4/2023

Case Issue: Does the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act of 2005 completely preempt state law claims such that a nursing facility resident cannot bring a lawsuit in state court against a nursing facility for injuries and death caused during the COVID-19 pandemic? Does the federal officer removal statute also apply to such cases so that the cases must be removed to federal court?

 

Case Name:  Haley v. TIAA

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 2d Cir. Docket: 21-805

Decided: 12/22/2022

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF), Decision (PDF)

Case Issue: Can an exploitative loan program used by many employee benefit plans be challenged on a classwide basis?

Case Result:  Haley brought a putative class action alleging that TIAA’s collateralized loan program, which is being used by hundreds of plans, violates ERISA’s prohibitions on loans to parties-in-interest and self-dealing.  The district court certified plaintiffs’ proposed class.  On appeal, the Second Circuit ruled that the lower court did not sufficiently consider TIAA’s defenses in deciding that class certification was appropriate, vacating the decision and remanding for further consideration. 

 

Case Name: Health and Hosp. Corp. of Marion Cty, et al. v. Talevski

Court: U.S. Supreme Court  Docket: 21-806

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision

Filed: 9/23/2022

Case Issue: This case presents two issues: (1) whether a private citizen can sue a public entity under Section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act to enforce federal civil rights created by legislation that Congress enacted under its Spending Clause Power: and (2) whether a nursing facility resident can sue a government-run nursing facility under Section 1983 for violating their Federal Nursing Home Reform Act right to be free of chemical restraints and illegal discharges.

 

Case Name: KEVIN L. FAIR v. CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, et. al.,

Court: U.S. Supreme Court  Docket: 22-160

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)

Filed: 9/21/2022

 

Case Name: Metzgar v. U.A. Plumbers and Steamfitters Local No. 22 Pension Fund

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 2d Cir.  Docket: 20-3791

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF), Decision (PDF)

Decided: "6/2/2022 (petition for rehearing denied)"

Case Result: Plan administrator did not violate ERISA's fiduciary duty when it reinterpreted early retirement rights to prevent pensioners to continue working in a management (or other non-disqualifying) position, because the interpretation was not arbitrary or capricious and retirement plan administrator erroneously thought plan would lose its tax exempt status if early retirees continued working in non-disqualifying positions. 

 

Case Name:  Arellano v. McDonough

Court: U.S. Supreme Court Docket: 21-432

Filed: 5/20/2022

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF)

Case Issue: The central issue in this case is whether disabled veterans who miss a one-year statutory application deadline for disability benefits can be excused under the doctrine of equitable tolling, and retroactive benefits be restored, if it was their service-connected disability or other extreme circumstance that caused the delay. 

 

Case Name:  Cochran v. Gresham; Arkansas v. Gresham

Court: U.S. Supreme Court Docket: 20-37; 20-38

Decided: 4/18/2022

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Case Result: The Supreme Court granted the Government’s motion to vacate the judgments of the District of Columbia Circuit, and remanded the case to the Circuit with instructions to direct the District Court to vacate its judgment and dismiss the cases as moot. 

 

Case Name: Mississippi v. USA

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 5th Cir.  Docket: 21-60772

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)

Filed: 4/5/2022

Case Issue: Did the district court erred in finding that the State of Mississippi violated the Americans with Disabilities Act when the State did not provide services to people with mental illness in the most integrated setting appropriate to their needs?

 

Case Name: Our Lady of Consolation Care Ctr. v. Rivera-Zayas

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 2d Cir.  Docket: 21-02164

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Filed: 4/4/2022

Case Issue: Does the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act of 2005 completely preempted state law claims brought during the pandemic such that a nursing facility resident cannot bring a lawsuit in state court against a nursing facility for injuries and death caused during the pandemic? Does the federal officer removal statute apply to cases that nursing facility residents bring during the pandemic? 

 

Case Name: Cedarbrook Residential Ctr. v. North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

Court: Supreme Court of North Carolina Docket: No. 36A22

Read: Amicus Brief (PDF)

Filed: 3/28/2022

Case Issue: Can an adult-care facility sue the state for allegedly “negligent” inspection of the facility?

 

Case Name: Lake v. State Health Plan

Court: North Carolina Supreme Court Docket: 436 PA 13-4

Filed: 3/11/2022

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF), Decision (PDF)

Case Issue: The North Carolina Supreme Court held that State retirees possess a vested right in their retiree health benefits program and that that right is protected under the Contracts Clause.

 

Case Name: DiCocco v. Garland

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 4th Cir.  Docket: 20-1342

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)

Filed: 2/4/2022

Case Issue: Does 20 U.S.C. § 633a(a), the federal-sector provision of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) permit a plaintiff to prove age discrimination via a “disparate impact” theory—i.e., by showing that age-neutral policies/practices had the effect of disadvantaging older workers? 

 

Case Name: Texas Tech Univ. v. Niehay

Court: Eighth Judicial Cir. Ct. El Paso (Texas)   Docket: 08-19-00201

Decided:  1/31/2022

Read AARP's Amicus Brief  (PDF), Decision (PDF)

Case Result: Affirmed trial court order denying summary judgment as to plaintiff’s disability discrimination in employment “regarded as” claim and rejecting motion to exclude plaintiff’s evidence regarding legal advice provided by defendant’s counsel.

 

Case Name:  Bagnall v. Becerra (formerly Cochran)

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 2d Circuit Docket: 20-1642

Decided: 1/25/2022

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF), Article, and Opinion (PDF)

Case Result: Affirmed preliminary injunction requiring the Secretary to provide hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries a mechanism to timely appeal the Medicare coverage-altering reclassification of their hospital stay from inpatient, which is covered by Medicare Part A, to outpatient “under observation,” which is not.  

Case Issue: Does the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services violate the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment by denying hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries, initially classified as inpatients and later designated as outpatients under observation, an expedited due process hearing to challenge the hospital’s classification of their stay?

 

Case Name: Hughes v. Northwestern Univ. (Employee Benefits)

Court: U.S. Supreme Court Docket: 19-1401

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Decided: 1/24/2022

Case Result: The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously held, consistent with AARP and AARP Foundation’s brief, that plan fiduciaries must eliminate investment options with excessive fees, and that giving participants a “choice” to select among investment products is not sufficient if some of those options are imprudent.

 

Case Name: HSBC v. Morris

Court: Supreme Judicial Ct., Mass. Docket: SJC-13191

Filed: 1/18/2022

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)  

Case Issue: Can a borrower raise defenses and counterclaims under the Mass. Predatory Home Lending Practices Act (PHLPA) in the eviction after the foreclosure from the home securing the loan.

 

Case Name:  Opiotennione v. Bozzuto Management Co. 

Court: U.S. Dist. Ct. Maryland Docket: 20-1956 Decided: 7/20/2021

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF) and Decision  (PDF)

Case Result: The Court held that Plaintiff did not have standing to assert her claims and dismissed the case.

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 4th Cir. Docket: 21-1919 Filed: 12/17/2021

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF)

 

Case Name:  Maddox v. Bank of New York Mellon Trust

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 2d Cir.   Docket: 19-1774

Decided: 11/17/2021

Read Amicus Brief (PDF) Decision (PDF)

Case Issue: Can a borrower seek damages in federal court for a mortgage lender's violation of state law?

Case Result: Reheard and reversed

 

Case Name:  Driggs v. Saul

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir. Docket: 20-16426

Decided: 11/1/2021

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Case Issue: Was the district court correct in holding that the nine-month marriage duration requirement could not constitutionally be applied to deny Social Security survivors benefits to a spouse when the sole reason the couple had not yet been married nine months before the wage earner’s death was that the state they lived in unconstitutionally barred same-sex marriage?

Case Result:  Defendants-Appellants voluntarily dismissed their appeal.

 

Case Name:  Ely v. Saul

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir. Docket: 20-16427

Decided: 11/1/2021

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Case Issue:  Was the district court correct in holding that the nine-month marriage duration requirement could not constitutionally be applied to deny Social Security survivors benefits to a spouse when the sole reason the couple had not yet been married nine months before the wage earner’s death was that the state they lived in unconstitutionally barred same-sex marriage?

Case Result: Defendants-Appellants voluntarily dismissed their appeal.

 

Case Name:  Schmoll v. Saul

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir. Docket: 20-16445

Decided: 11/1/2021

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Case Issue:  Was the district court correct in holding that the nine-month marriage duration requirement could not constitutionally be applied to deny Social Security survivors benefits to a spouse when the sole reason the couple had not yet been married nine months before the wage earner’s death was that the state they lived in unconstitutionally barred same-sex marriage?

 

Case Result: Defendants-Appellants voluntarily dismissed their appeal.

Case Name: United States v. Vaello-Madero (Public Benefits)

Court: U.S. Supreme Court Docket: 20-303

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF) and Decision (PDF)

Filed: 9/3/2021

Case Issue: Did Congress violate the equal-protection rights of  Puerto Rico's residents by categorically excluding them from the Supplemental Security Income Program?

 

Case Name:  Tyler v. Hennepin Co.

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 8th Circuit Docket: 20-3730

Filed: 3/29/2021

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Case Issue: Does the Takings Clause of either the U.S. or the Minnesota Constitution forbid public officials from confiscating the amount of surplus equity yielded in a tax foreclosure sale above the amount of taxes (and related costs and penalties) owed by the former taxpayer?

 

Case Name:  Pelcha v. MW Bancorp

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 6th Cir. Docket: 20-3511

Filed: 2/11/2021

Read AARP Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Case Issue: In a disparate treatment case, does the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) require a plaintiff to prove that her age was “the” only “but-for” cause (i.e., the “sole cause”) of challenged conduct by the employer adverse to the plaintiff.

 

Case Name: People First of Alabama v. Merrill  (Voting Rights)

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 11th Cir. Docket: 20-13695-B

Read AARP Brief (PDF)

Filed: 10/6/2020

Case Issue: Do the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution justify a district court order (i) enjoining the Alabama Secretary of State from barring local election officials from choosing to provide “curbside voting” for voters medically vulnerable to COVID-19 infection, including older voters and persons with disabilities such as diabetes and (ii) enjoining local election officials from enforcing State law requiring absentee voters to include a copy of their photo ID with their absentee ballot? 

 

Case Name: Org. for Black Struggle v. Ashcroft (Voting Rights)

Court: U.S. Dist. Ct. WD Missouri Docket: 20-4184-BCW

Read AARP Brief (PDF)

Filed: 10/1/2020

Case Issue: Does the Materiality Provision of the 1964 Civil Rights Act bar rejection of absentee ballots for trivial defects and do the U.S. Constitution’s guarantees of Due Process and no undue burden being imposed on voting forbid such rejection, in the circumstances of the COVID-19 crisis, absent  an opportunity to cure such defects without exposure to serious illness due to the coronavirus, because of a requirement that absentee ballot envelope defects must be corrected in-person? 

 

Case Name: Jammal v. Am. Family Insurance

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 6th Cir.  Docket: 20-3226

Filed: 6/10/2020

Read Amicus Brief (PDF)  

Case Issue: Was the district court correct in its initial finding that American Family treated its insurance agents as employees?

 

Case Name: Lake v. State Health Plan

Court: North Carolina Supreme Court Docket: 436 PA 13-4

Filed: 6/29/2020

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF) 

Case Issue: Is the health insurance benefit North Carolina promised to state and municipal retirees a form of deferred compensation?

 

Case Name: Texas v. U.S.

Court: U.S. Supreme Court Docket: 19-840, 19-841

Filed: 1/15/2020

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)  and Press Release

Case Issue: Should the Supreme Court agree to review an appeal of a Fifth Circuit decision finding the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional and remanding the case back to the district court?

 

Case Name: Dorman v. Charles Schwab Corp.

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir. Docket: 18-15281

Filed: 9/20/2019

Read AARP's Amicus Brief (PDF)

Case Issue: Should the Ninth Circuit grant rehearing en banc of its panel's ruling that employers, via arbitration contract, can strip individual 401(k) retirement plan participants of their right under ERISA to bring federal court actions for fiduciary breach on behalf of the entire plan, see 29 U.C.S. §§ 1132(a)(2) and 1109(a).

 

Case Name: Am. Diabetes Ass'n v U.S. Dep't of the Army

Court: U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir.    Docket: 18-15242 

Filed: 6/29/2018

Read Amicus Brief (PDF)

Case Issue: Does a large entity engaged in legal advocacy incur an "injury-in-fact"-- required by Article III of the U.S. Constitution to establish "organizational standing"--by virtue of a single contact between the organization's legal advocacy staff and parents complaining about a matter affecting the group's organizational mission?

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