II. Background ... A. License Application Review Process Begins ... B. New Administration Takes Office ... C. Rejection of License and Ensuing Litigation ... D. Eighth Circuit Holding and Its Significance ... E. Eleventh Amendment Jurisprudence ... F. Recognized Exceptions to Eleventh Amendment Immunity ... G. Consent to Suit and the Waiver Doctrine ... H. Congress's Abrogation of State Immunity
III. Analysis ... A. An Interstate Compact Is a "Creature of Federal Law" ... B. The Eighth Circuit's Waiver Analysis in Regard to the Compact ... C. Nebraska's Criticism of the Eighth Circuit Decision ... D. Eighth Circuit Waiver Analysis On Point ... E. Entergy Arkansas, Inc. v. Nebraska in the Context of the Federalism Renaissance ... F. Retroactivity and Money Damages ... G. Repercussions of the Eighth Circuit's Decision
Thomas O. Kelley,
Nebraska's $160 Million Liability?—Entergy Arkansas, Inc. v. Nebraska, 241 F.3d 979 (8th Cir. 2001),
80 Neb. L. Rev.
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