Personal Jurisdiction is the power of the court over specific litigants, and it

Personal Jurisdiction is the power of the court over specific litigants, and it requires litigants to have some form of minimum contacts with the state where the case is filed. Standing is the constitutional requirement that requires a plaintiff prove that he or she is the right person to bring a lawsuit and that he or she is bringing it at the right time and place. Read the following scenarios and answer the questions that follow.
Scenario 3
Bob is a college student in State A and is getting ready to graduate. State A’s legislature is debating whether all college graduates should be forced to pass a Civics exam in order to get their degree. Bob never took a Civics class in college and does not want to be forced to take it. He decides to sue the state.
Does Bob have standing in order to sue the state for an unconstitutional law? Explain

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