People to Congress: Do your job or we’ll sue
On Aug. 15, Charles Klein, Sally Baptiste and Theresa Kajkowski filed a lawsuit in Florida’s Middle District Federal Court. Nothing unusual in that — lawsuits are filed every day, especially in litigation-prone America. What’s unusual is that the plaintiffs name the entire membership of the U.S. House and Senate as defendants.
Their cause of action accuses Congress of breaching its fiduciary duty by failing to pass a budget in over three years. They’re asking that the revenue be returned to the Treasury until a budget is prepared and approved.
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