In Raines v. Byrd, the Supreme Court of the United States denied standing to six members of Congress who challenged the constitutionality of the Line Item Veto Act. In its first consideration of congressional standing in nearly two decades, the Court held that a perceived diminution in institutional voting strength did not create a sufficiently particularized injury in fact to satisfy the Article III "case or controversy" requirement.
Blank, Adam L.
"Raines v. Byrd: A Death Knell for the Congressional Suit?,"
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