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Connecticut v. Cahill

The court holds that the state of Connecticut may sue New York State officers in federal district court instead of suing New York State in the U.S. Supreme Court regarding enforcement of an allegedly unconstitutional New York law. The...

Connecticut v. Department of Commerce

The court affirms a district court's grant of summary judgment in favor of the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC), finding that its denial of Connecticut's petition for rulemaking under the Magnuson-Stevens Act was not arbitrary or...