Bethel et al v. City of Montgomery et al (MAG+)
Case Number: 2:2004cv00743
Court: US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
Office: O Office
Nature of Suit: Other
Cause of Action: O

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March 26, 2010 Opinion or Order Filing 75 ORDER; 74 Motion to Reconsider and Motion for an Extension of Time to File Objection to Magistrates Recommendation is denied. Signed by Hon. Chief Judge Mark E. Fuller on 3/26/2010. (jg, )
March 2, 2010 Opinion or Order Filing 71 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS: 1. That the plaintiffs' motion for a preliminary injunction 39 be DENIED; 2. That the defendants' motion to dismiss 12 be DENIED; 3. The plaintiffs' motion to waive posting of security 43 and motion fo r judgment on the pleadings 48 be and are hereby DENIED; 4. That the plaintiffs' motion to admit exhibit and "Yy" and additional memorandum 44 be and is hereby GRANTED; 5. The plaintiffs' motions for a declaratory judgment 2 & 6 , motion for summary judgment 29 be DENIED and this case DISMISSED with prejudice; 6. That, for the reasons as stated, the defendants' motion for summary judgment 36 be GRANTED. Objections to R&R due by 3/16/2010. Signed by Honorable Charles S. Coody on 3/2/2010. (jg, )
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