State governments cannot be sued against their will in state courts by people seeking to enforce some federal right, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday in a major decision on states’ rights.
By a 5-4 vote, the justices killed a state court lawsuit by dozens of state probation officers seeking to enforce a federal labor law and collect overtime pay from Maine.
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