Lascaris v. Shirley,
420 U.S. 730 (1975)

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Lascaris v. Shirley, 420 U.S. 730 (1975)

Lascaris v. Shirley

No. 73-1016

Argued December 18, 1974

Decided March 19, 1975*

420 U.S. 730


Amendment, subsequent to this Court's noting probable jurisdiction of appeal from judgment of three-judge District Court, of § 402(a) of Social Security Act resolves question below of conflict between § 402(a) and provision of New York Social Services Law requiring the recipient, as a condition of eligibility for benefits under the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program, to cooperate to compel the absent parent to contribute to child's support.

365 F.Supp. 818, affirmed.

Page 420 U. S. 731

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