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Law does not waive sovereign immunity for constitutional claims unless they involve challenge of a state statute

The Texas Uniform Declaratory Judgment Act does not waive sovereign immunity for federal constitutional claims which do not also accompany a challenge to a state statute, a Texas appellate court ruled in a March decision.

Third Court of Appeals, Austin, Texas

The Texas Uniform Declaratory Judgment Act does not waive sovereign immunity for federal constitutional claims which do not also accompany a challenge to a state statute, a Texas appellate court ruled in a March decision.

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