Collins et al v. Brewer et al
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|June 5, 2015
ORDER AND OPINION granting 150 Plaintiffs' Motion for Attorney Fees. Plaintiffs shall be awarded attorneys' fees in the amount of $305,049.95 and costs in the amount of $1,936.67. Signed by Judge John W Sedwick on 6/5/15.(KGM)
|July 23, 2010
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 22 Motion to Dismiss Case: (1) the motion is DENIED with respect to plaintiffs equal protection claim; (2) the motion is GRANTED with respect to plaintiffs substantive due process c laim; and (3) the motion is DENIED as to defendant Brewers claim of immunity; and granting 31 Motion for Preliminary Injunction: 1) Defendants are enjoined from enforcing A.R.S. § 38-651(O) to eliminate family insurance eligibility for lesbian and gay State employees, and their domestic partners and domestic partners children who satisfy the criteria set forth in Ariz. Admin. Code § R2-5-101; 2) Defendants are required to make available family health insurance coverage for lesbian and gay State employees, including plaintiffs, who satisfy the relevant eligibility criteria set forth in Ariz. Admin. Code § R2-5-101 to the same extent such benefits are made available to married State employees; 3) The preliminary injunction shall take effect within ten (10) business days and shall remain in effect pending trial in this action or further order of the court. Signed by Judge John W Sedwick on 7/23/10.(JWS)
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