WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appeared strongly inclined Wednesday to bar older state employees from using federal law to sue state governments for age discrimination.

States’ rights-minded justices peppered attorneys representing the Clinton administration and a group of older University of Florida employees with skeptical questions about the need to enforce the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, or ADEA, against states — and Congress’ power to do so.

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