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'''Chisholm v. Georgia''' (1793) was a Supreme Court case which examined the issue of state and local sovereignty.  It is considered by many to be the first important Supreme Court case.<ref>[https://scholarship.law.georgetown.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1008&context=fac_lectures The People or the State?: Chisholm v. Georgia and Popular Sovereignty], '''PDF'''</ref>
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'''Chisholm v. Georgia''' (1793) was a [[Supreme Court]] case which examined the issue of state and local [[sovereignty]].  It is considered by many to be the first important Supreme Court case.<ref>[https://scholarship.law.georgetown.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1008&context=fac_lectures The People or the State?: Chisholm v. Georgia and Popular Sovereignty], '''PDF'''</ref>
  
 
In the court's ruling, it stated: ''The United States are sovereign as to all the powers of Government actually surrendered: each State in the Union is sovereign as to all the powers reserved.''
 
In the court's ruling, it stated: ''The United States are sovereign as to all the powers of Government actually surrendered: each State in the Union is sovereign as to all the powers reserved.''

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Chisholm v. Georgia (1793) was a Supreme Court case which examined the issue of state and local sovereignty. It is considered by many to be the first important Supreme Court case.[1]

In the court's ruling, it stated: The United States are sovereign as to all the powers of Government actually surrendered: each State in the Union is sovereign as to all the powers reserved.

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