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Attorneys for the diocese asked Houck on Thursday to move the case back into state court.
"Under federal law, there is no basis for federal jurisdiction," attorney Alan Runyon said. He said property issues and the use of the diocesan name can be resolved under state law and don't raise any constitutional issues.
He argued that under the South Carolina Nonprofit Corporation Act, a nonprofit's membership in a large group is voluntary and it can end the association if it wants. "That doesn't change because they are religious organizations," he said.
But Matthew McGill, representing the diocese of parishes remaining with the national church, said the case concerns the First Amendment protections of freedom of religion.
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