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Federal Judiciary Act passed (1789)
On this day in history, President George Washington signed the Judiciary Act of 1789 establishing a federal court system separate from state courts. The 230-year-old act set forth a three-tier federal court structure of one Supreme Court and two levels of inferior courts. John Jay, the nation’s first chief justice, viewed the creation of the federal...
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