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Federal-Question Jurisdiction


One constitutional and statutory basis for a federal court to hear and decide a claim, requiring that the well-pleaded allegations in the plaintiff’s complaint rely on federal law to establish a right to relief. Put differently, the complaint must allege that the plaintiff deserves relief because the defendant violated federal law.

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