This helps. Thanks.Ok, so the amendment was passed 1966. That's not the relevant thing for the statute of limitations. What exactly did the state do to you as a result of that amendment, what harm was suffered because of it, and when did it occur? Just the fact that the amendment is on the books doesn't give you a claim. You have to have actually suffered some kind of harm as a result of it. And when that harm occurred is generally what starts the clock ticking on the statute of limitation.
As for an injunction, you have a similar problem. You have to show that you are suffering from some action of the state or that the state is about to actually take an action that will cause you harm to get an injunction. You can't get an injunction based on a concern that perhaps someday the state might do something that would cause you harm.
I was arrested several times over the past 30 years, but not in the last 20 or so. Never convicted, just harassed like crazy. I suffered damages from those arrests, including psychological trauma that prevents me from sleeping at night. I have serious insomnia from this now, still. I just discovered this fraud recently, and now I feel like something should be done about it.