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Which of the following types of cases would have to begin in a state-level court? disputes over interpretation of the Constitution disputes related to federal officials while in office disputes
arising from accidental damage to property disputes that arise from laws that govern immigration
The types of cases that begins in a state-level court is disputes that arise from laws that govern immigration [ ]
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