Are we STANDING for this?
Lost the STOP GOOGLE! suit. Darn.
And, on a strange technicality. Turns out I did not have "standing" to sue.
In other words, it's my money (or part of it). It's state policy, and I live in the state. But you can't sue.
Note that this is NOT sovereign immunity, saying no one could sue the state. This is just that no one can sue the state. Get it? Neither do I...
(UPDATE: Anonyman shares this wisdom.... Think of standing like this: Your spouse wakes up and comes down stairs for coffee, she looks at you with an icy stare and says that in her dream you asked her to participate in a freaky three-way, and she's ticked at you because of her dream. You can now respond that since you were not a party to the dream, she does not have standing to be mad at you.
I'm sure it will work like a charm.
Oh, yeah. THAT will definitely work...)