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08-1438 Sossamon v. Texas

Constitutional Law Sovereign immunity States, in accepting federal funding, do not consent to waive their sovereign immunity to private suits for money damages under RLUIPA. Sossamon mistakenly contends that Congress’ enactment of RLUIPA §3 pursuant to the Spending Clause put the States on notice that they would be liable for damages because Spending Clause legislation operates as a ...

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