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Most cases reach the Court under its appellate jurisdiction--the power to review decisions made by lower courts, both federal and state. Medicaid is an example of a federally funded single-payer health care system... That is only another aspect of bourgeois race prejudice. That is, they signed more than one of the foundational documents (the Declaration, the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution) or they signed one (or more) of these documents and also served in the First Federal Congress.

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