Stan Cooper's passion for flying once threatened to upend his personal and professional life– because of his own mistakes, and that of the government. Now the Supreme Court is poised to hear oral arguments Wednesday in his case. At issue: Whether those whose privacy was violated by the federal government can sue for mental and emotional distress. The federal government argues more tangible proof harm– like lost wages– must be established.

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