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For an association to sue on behalf of its members it must establish that the members themselves would have standing to sue, that the interests the association is suing over are within the association’s purpose, and that the litigation will not be adversely affected by the absence of the individual plaintiffs. See Hunt v. Washington State Apple Advertising Commission. 432 U.S. 333 (1977)

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