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[Pages 193-242]
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Introduction
I.  The Calhounian Quartet
    A.  A Reverse in Course: Seminole Tribe v. Florida
        1.  Background
        2.  The Majority Opinion
        3.  The Dissents
    B.  June 23, 1999, Round One: Alden v. Maine
        1.  Background
        2.  The Majority Opinion
        3.  The Dissent
    C.  June 23, 1999, Round Two: College Savings Bank v. Florida Prepaid Postsecondary Education Expense Board
        1.  Background
        2.  The Majority Opinion
        3.  The Dissents
    D.  June 23, 1999, Round Three: Florida Prepaid Postsecondary Education Expense Board v. College Savings Bank
        1.  Background
        2.  The Majority Opinion
        3.  The Dissent
    E.  Quartet Conclusions
II.  Threshold Issues
    A.  State or Arm of the State
        1.  Supreme Court Parameters
        2.  The Courts of Appeal
    B.  The Ex parte Young Doctrine
III.  Implications for Environmental Law
    A.  The Jurisdictional Reach of the Clean Water Act
    B.  May a State Be Held Liable as a CERCLA Potentially Responsible Party by a Private Party?
    C.  Is There a New Basis to Challenge the Clean Air Act’s National Ambient Air Quality Standards?
    D.  Implications for Takings
    E.  Delegated Authority and Citizens’ Suits
Conclusion
Addendum