Case involves divisive foreign policy issue

Status of Jerusalem spurs court fight involving Congress, White House.

, The National Law Journal

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The American parents of a boy who was born in Jerusalem in 2002 sued the U.S. State Department over its refusal to allow "Israel" as the place of birth on the child's passport, kicking off a case that grabbed the attention of Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court and is now playing out in the appeals court.

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Originally appeared in print as Power over passports

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