Federal Question Definition
An issue or case arising under federal law, particularly the Constitution of the United States or an Act of Congress; a basis for invoking the jurisdiction of federal courts.
Webster's New World Law
(law): (U.S.) a cause of action brought in a court under the United States Constitution or a federal statutes. A federal question gives rise to federal question jurisdiction.
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