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Indiana court rules Christian groups lack standing to challenge state RFRA


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An Indiana state trial court judge has ruled that the conservative family advocacy groups lack standing to challenge gender identity and sexual orientation exclusions in Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

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Standing is critical to litigation.  Case law of long standing is that in litigation against a statue (and more) the plaintiff MUST have standing.  IOW, the plaintiff must claim present, not hypothetical future, harm.  If you can not claim present harm by a statue, you can not litigate against it.

Actually the dismissal of this case on the basis of standing, is not a major loss.  One can expect that in the near future one will come forward who can claim present harm and therefore will have standing.

 

 

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