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March 08, 2012


I agree with the Fourth Circuit, if a plaintiff cannot bring a claim to a federal court which should have jurisdiction then that sends a troubling message to others who might have a similar claim. The trial court which ruled there was no jurisdiction had in my opinion a contradictory opinion that the plaintiff did not state a claim. It has to be either there is no jurisdiction or the failure to state a claim.

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