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Home Tel. & Tel. Co. v. S. 278 (1913). The contrary premise of Barney v. S. 430 (1904), though eviserated by Home Tel. & Tel. was not expressly disavowed until United States v. S. 17, 25–26 (1960). S. 123, 173–74 (1908). , Ray v. S. 6 (1978) (rejecting request of state officials being sued to restrain enforcement of state statute as preempted by federal law that Young be overruled); Florida Dep’t of State v. S. 670, 685 (1982). AMENDMENT 11—SUITS AGAINST STATES 1541 ment and thus interpretation in the state courts.
V. S. 280 (1912). S. 47 (1944). 120 See also Ford Motor Co. v. S. 459 (1945); Kennecott Copper Corp. v. S. 573 (1946). States may confine to their own courts suits to recover taxes. Smith v. S. 436 (1900); Murray v. S. 151 (1909); Chandler v. S. 590 (1904). AMENDMENT 11—SUITS AGAINST STATES 1543 In Edelman v. Jordan, 121 the Court appeared to begin to lay down new restrictive interpretations of what the Eleventh Amendment proscribed. ’’ 122 What the Court actually held, however, was that it was permissible for federal courts to require state officials to comply in the future with claims payment provisions of the welfare assistance sections of the Social Security Act, but that they were not permitted to hear claims seeking, or issue orders directing, payment of funds found to be wrongfully withheld.
196 (1882). See supra, pp. 748–51. The Court sustained the suit against the federal officers by only a 5-to–4 vote, the dissent presenting the arguments that were soon to inform Eleventh Amendment cases. S. 1 (1890). AMENDMENT 11—SUITS AGAINST STATES 1539 The two leading cases, as were many cases of this period, were suits attempting to prevent Southern States from defaulting on bonds. 97 In Louisiana v. Jumel, 98 a Louisiana citizen sought to compel the state treasurer to apply a sinking fund that had been created under the earlier constitution for the payment of the bonds after a subsequent constitution had abolished this provision for retiring the bonds.
A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution by Carol Berkin