COMMON CAUSE INDIANA v. LAWSON et al
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|October 5, 2018
ENTRY - DENYING DEFENDANTS' 114 MOTION FOR STAY OF DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS AND DISCOVERY. The Court DENIES the Defendant's Motion to Stay of District Court Proceedings and Discovery, (Filing No. 114 ), while the case is on interlocutory appeal of the preliminary injunction order, presently before the United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit. (See Entry.) Signed by Judge Tanya Walton Pratt on 10/5/2018. (NAD)
|June 8, 2018
ORDER - granting Plaintiffs' 75 Motion for Preliminary Injunction. Because each of the factors for the issuance of a preliminary injunction weighs in favor of Common Cause, the Court GRANTS Common Cause's Motion for Preliminary Injun ction (Filing No. 75 ). Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 65(d), the Court ISSUES A PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION prohibiting the Defendants from taking any actions to implement SEA 442 until this case has been finally resolved. A similar ruli ng is issued in related case Indiana State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, et. al. v. Lawson et al., 1:17-cv-2897-TWP-MPB. Common Cause need not post a bond. (See Order.) Signed by Judge Tanya Walton Pratt on 6/8/2018. (NAD)
|February 27, 2018
ORDER denying 11 Motion to Intervene as Defendant - The Foundation may, however, participate in the case as amici curiae if it so wishes, and file amicus curiae briefs. SEE ORDER. Signed by Magistrate Judge Matthew P. Brookman on 2/27/2018. (JRB)
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