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Bar Practice Question for June 1st

Congress passed a bill empowering the Federal Bureau of Investigation to conduct surveillance on any person in America without a warrant. The statute also contained an appropriation for the purchase of additional surveillance equipment necessary to effectuate the purpose of the statute. The day after the passage of the bill, a taxpayer filed a complaint in district court, challenging the constitutionality of the statute. The complaint alleged that the statute violated the Fourth Amendment prohibition against unlawful searches. Within ten days of the passage of the bill, the President vetoed the bill, and Congress did not override the veto.

How should the district court rule on the taxpayer's complaint?

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