Types of subject matter jurisdiction. Limited (e.g., federal court) vs.General (e.g., state court)Concurrent (e.g., U.S. civil rights actions) vs.Exclusive (e.g., bankruptcy cases). Constitutional limits on federal courts' subject matter jurisdiction. In 1789, state courts were already operating.
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