40 Case Western Law Review 1075 (1990)
The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has devised a doctrine called equitable
discretion to screen congressional-plaintiff suits. The Author argues that the doctrine should be abandoned. She proposes that the courts be guided by existing standng principles in deciding whether to hear these cases.
Goodman, Sophia, "Equitable Discretion to Dismiss Congressional-Plaintiff Suits: A Reassessment" (1990). Articles by Maurer Faculty. Paper 530.