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The Supreme court has original jurisdiction in legal disputes involving:

A.one state government against another state government.
B.the president.
C.the congress.
D.free speech and the equal protection issues.

I want to say c or D am not sure

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    I think A, disputes between one state and another.

    Others work their way up through the court system.

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    http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_does_the_US_Supreme_Court_have_original_jurisdiction

  • Government -

    Ms.Sue so it's A

  • Government -

    Yes. Both Damon and I agree.

  • Government -

    i found it it's congress.

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    sorry wrong one.

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    Thank yall.

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