5-SIXTH CIRCUIT: CONSTITUTION GRANTS TO CONGRESS POWER TO ABROGATE STATES' SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY IN BANKRUPTCY CASES, THUS MAKING CODE § 106(A) CONSTITUTIONAL | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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Until 1976, a debtor could discharge his or her student loan debts in ordinary bankruptcy proceedings, whether or not the creditor was a state or state agency. If a state wished to assert an interest in a debtor's assets, the state had to file a...
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