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Federal Supreme Court Kimel v. Florida Board of Regents

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U.S.A. 5 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Federal Supreme Court Kimel v. Florida Board of Regents

in International Labour Law Reports Online

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  • *Some footnotes have been omitted.—Ed.

  • 5 Because Congress has clearly expressed its intention to subject States to suits by pri- vate parties under the ADEA, I join Part III of the Opinion of the Court.

  • 1. I concur in Parts I, II, and IV of the Court's opinion because I agree that the purported abrogation of the States' Eleventh Amendment immunity in the ADEA falls outside Congress' § 5 enforcement power. . The remainder of Justice Thomas's opinion is omitted.—Ed.

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