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Tennessee v. United States Department of State

The Sixth Circuit determines that Tennessee’s General Assembly lacks standing to pursue its lawsuit alleging the feds violated the Spending Clause and the Tenth Amendment when Congress enacted laws requiring states to provide Medicaid to eligible refugees.


Tags: 2019, Sixth Circuit, Spending Clause, Standing, State Department, Tenth Amendment

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