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Should the Congress enact new laws to secure the justiciability of economic and social rights?

  • Yes, because people arn't doing their jobs

    The societal system is not creating economic sustainability. They are instead creating wealth for a few instead all of society. They are rigging systems that mainly benefit the top. If congress and the American people are worried that the country is going broke, then the should allow congress to pass some new laws.

  • Enacting this laws is ideal.

    Congress should enact new laws to secure the justiciability of economic and social rights. This is because while it is good to make laws to protect rights, it is more important to give them a basis on which they will work. Laws to secure the rights would definitely make the right changes.

  • Too much redistribution.

    No, Congress should not enact new laws to secure the justiciability of economic and social rights, because Congress can only do so much to redistribute wealth in the name of justice. We already have so many social programs that they are bankrupting the country. We need to allow people to do their jobs.

  • Seems To Work Properly

    Justiciability is a set of rules the Supreme Court follows to determine if they should hear a case. I believe these rules or guidelines do a good job to make these decisions, so the court can be more efficient. I do not believe we need more laws to secure the justiciability of economic and social rights.


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