Mr. Smoky's BBQ LLC v. United States of America et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|January 2, 2014
ORDER re 12 Preliminary Injunction, AMENDED PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION (Modified to correct the date for submission of additional briefing). Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 1/2/2014. (DGC, nvo)
|December 23, 2013
PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION - 1. Plaintiff's application (Doc. 4 ) is granted. Defendants are preliminarily enjoined from (a) disqualifying Plaintiffs from accepting Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program ("SNAP") benefits as a form of payment for eligible items sold in Plaintiffs' store; (b) collecting any fines or penalties as a result of the disqualification; and (c) disabling of Plaintiffs' Electronic Benefit Transfer ("EBT") connection and demanding r eturn of Plaintiffs' EBT machine. If the EBT connection has been disconnected, it must be reconnected immediately. This preliminary injunction shall remain in effect throughout the pendency of this action. 2. By January 10, 2013, either party m ay request the opportunity to submit additional briefs or factual material to the Court related to this preliminary injunction. The request shall be made in the form of a joint conference call to the Court. If additional submissions are not request ed, the parties shall, by the same date, file a joint proposal for the remaining litigation of this case, including a proposed case schedule. 3. Plaintiffs shall post a $250 bond with the Clerk of the Court. (See document for full details). Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 12/23/13. (LAD)
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