Suppose I had what I believed to be strong evidence that a law (say, Obamacare) was unconstitutional.
Suppose I’d like to challenge that law’s constitutionality in court.
But, also suppose that I had not yet been personally damaged by Obamacare.
Is there a recognized legal theory, other than injunction, that I could use to claim standing to challenge the constitutionality of Obamacare even if I haven’t yet been personally injured by that law?
If you know of any such alternative legal theory, please let me know.
Likewise, if you know that injunction is the only legal strategy available to me until I’m actually and personally damaged, please let me know.