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30 March, 05:53

Mason brought a civil rights action against his employer, the New York Department of Mental Hygiene, after it failed to promote him. His complaint stated that the department had discriminated against him by denying him "the authority, salary, and privileges commensurate with this position." The department filed a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim for which relief could be granted. The court probably: a. dismissed the case because it lacked venue. b. refused to dismiss the case because Mason had standing to sue. c. dismissed the case because the complaint did not state a claim. d. refused to dismiss the case because the complaint did state a claim.

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  1. 30 March, 07:06
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    Answer: The correct answer is C.

    dismissed the case because the complaint did not state a claim.
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