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Case Name States of Washington & Minnesota v. Trump IM-WA-0029
Docket / Court 2:17-cv-00141 ( W.D. Wash. )
State/Territory Washington
Case Type(s) Immigration
Presidential Authority
Special Collection Civil Rights Challenges to Trump Refugee/Visa Order
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Case Summary
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed this lawsuit on January 30, 2017 against President Trump’s Jan. 27, 2017 Executive Order barring legal immigrants and refugees from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US and barring Syrian refugees indefinitely. The State filed a ... read more >
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed this lawsuit on January 30, 2017 against President Trump’s Jan. 27, 2017 Executive Order barring legal immigrants and refugees from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US and barring Syrian refugees indefinitely. The State filed a complaint and an emergency motion for a temporary restraining order in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington. The State of Minnesota also appeared as a plaintiff.

The complaint argued that the State has an interest in protecting the “health, safety, and well-being of its residents” as well as “ensuring that its residents are not excluded from the benefits that flow from participation in the federal system.” A series of declarations also filed that day from officials at Washington State University, Amazon.com, Expedia, and the University of Washington all articulated the negative impact their students and employees, as well as the overall institutions, will experience as a result of the Executive Order. The complaint alleged that the executive order violates Fifth Amendment equal protection and due process rights, the First Amendment Establishment Clause, the Immigration and Nationality Act, the Foreign Affairs Reform and Restructuring Act, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and the Administrative Procedure Act.

The complaint sought declaratory and injunctive relief. The State’s request for a temporary restraining order sought to enjoin defendants, nationwide, from barring entry into the U.S. of immigrants and nonimmigrants pursuant to the executive order.

The case was assigned to Judge James Robart, who held a hearing on Feb. 3, and granted the temporary restraining order in a written order, posted here. By its explicit terms, that order was nationwide, and operative against both the 7-country travel limits, the 120 stay on the U.S. refugee program, and the indefinite ban on Syrian refugees. CBP began to let people on planes and into the country.

Late in the evening on Feb. 4, the Department of Justice sought a stay pending appeal from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court denied an immediate stay, and set a quick briefing schedule, with the plaintiffs' opposition and the government's reply due Feb. 6.

The plaintiffs' opposition was filed early morning on Feb. 6. It included a remarkable sworn declaration by 10 former national security officials (Madeleine K. Albright, Avril D. Haines, Michael V. Hayden, John F. Kerry, John E. Mclaughlin, Lisa O. Monaco, Michael J. Morell, Janet A. Napolitano, Leon E. Panetta, Susan E. Rice) arguing that no particular threat justified the Executive Order, and that the Order undermined rather than assisted national security.

Through Feb. 6, additional organizations filed amicus briefs, and the federal government filed its reply brief. The parties additionally submitted a joint status report proposing a briefing schedule for the plaintiffs' motion for preliminary injunction.

On Feb. 7, the Ninth Circuit (Judge William Canby, Jr., Judge Richard Clifton, and Judge Michelle Friedland) heard oral argument on the federal government's motion to stay the TRO. Special Counsel at the U.S. Department of Justice August Fientje argued on behalf of the federal government, and Washington State Solicitor General Noah Purcell argued on behalf of the states. On Feb. 9, the Ninth Circuit denied the stay. In a to-be-published opinion, the court rejected the U.S. argument that the Executive Order was unreviewable, and found that the Department of Justice had not demonstrated that it was likely to win the case. Accordingly, the district court's TRO would remain in effect. The court set an expedited briefing schedule for the appeal of that TRO, over the course of Mar. 2017.

After the decision was announced, the President immediately tweeted "SEE YOU IN COURT, THE SECURITY OF OUR NATION IS AT STAKE!" However, on Feb. 10, news reports first stated that the federal government had decided not to seek immediate review in the Supreme Court, and then stated the opposite. That same day, a judge on the Ninth Circuit requested (without prompting by a party) that the 24 judges of the circuit vote whether or not to review the matter "en banc" -- that is, using a larger panel of 11 judges, rather than the initial three. The Ninth Circuit gave the parties until Feb. 16 to file simultaneous briefs with their views about en banc review.

Back in the district court, also on Feb. 10, 2017, Judge Robart directed the parties to file a joint status update by Feb. 12, 2017. A telephone conference took place on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017 to discuss how the case would proceed in the district court. DOJ explained that it planned to pursue further review in the Ninth Circuit, and sought to postpone any further proceedings in the district court. The States, by contrast, urged the district court to "proceed directly to discovery." Both parties agreed that no further briefing on a preliminary injunction was necessary. On Feb. 14, 2017, Judge Robart ordered the parties to proceed with litigation. In his opinion, Judge Robart concluded that the Ninth Circuit did construe the district court's temporary restraining order as a preliminary injunction. Consequently, the parties need not submit further briefings concerning a preliminary injunction. However, Judge Robart agreed with the states that litigation should continue while the defendant's appeal of the preliminary injunction is pending. He then ordered to parties to proceed directly to discovery. In a Feb. 15 order, the court specified that the parties' joint status report was due Mar. 22, 2017.

Just a day later, however, the U.S. changed its mind about its plans. In a filing in the Ninth Circuit, the DOJ explained that
"Rather than continuing this litigation, the President intends in the near future to rescind the Order and replace it with a new, substantially revised Executive Order to eliminate what the panel erroneously thought were constitutional concerns. In so doing, the President will clear the way for immediately protecting the country rather than pursuing further, potentially time-consuming litigation. Under the unusual circumstances presented here—including the extraordinarily expedited proceedings and limited briefing to the panel, the complexity and constitutional magnitude of the issues, the Court’s sua sponte consideration of rehearing en banc, and respect for the President’s constitutional responsibilities—the government respectfully submits that the most appropriate course would be for the Court to hold its consideration of the case until the President issues the new Order and then vacate the panel’s preliminary decision."
En banc proceedings before the court were then stayed pending further orders.

Meanwhile, the State of Oregon filed a motion to intervene in the district court on Feb. 22, along with a series of declarations in support of the motion. The motion argued that "the States of Washington and Minnesota are not in a position to speak to the injuries suffered in Oregon," and that "[i]f Washington and Minnesota prevail in this case, as they should, it is possible that this Court may craft a more limited remedy, short of a nationwide injunction, that will not address the harm to Oregon’s unique sovereign interests."

On Feb. 24, the government filed a motion to hold proceedings in abeyance pending further order of the court. The government argued that the court's Feb. 16 order staying en banc proceedings "reflects the appropriateness of awaiting further developments before committing further resources of the parties or the Court to appellate litigation." The petitioners immediately countered that the motion to hold proceedings in abeyance should be denied: "[a]lthough Defendants contend that this case presents urgent national security issues, they now request indefinite delay of the Ninth Circuit proceedings." The petitioners also noted that "there appears to have been a lack of communication between the Department of Justice and the White House" regarding whether the government plans to repeal the existing EO or defend it on appeal. The petitioners further argued that, given that the government's motion does not make new representations about whether the President intends to rescind the EO, and given that the White House has "repeatedly stated that the Executive Order will not be rescinded," there is no justification for the abeyance request. For these reasons, petitioners said, briefing on the merits of the preliminary injunction should continue as planned.

On Feb. 27, the Ninth Circuit denied the motion to hold proceedings in abeyance. However, on its own motion, the court extended the appellate briefing schedule, so that the opening brief would be due on Mar. 10; the answering brief on Mar. 31; and an optional reply brief on Apr. 5.

Back in the district court, on Feb. 28, the parties held a telephone conference regarding the defendants' request to extend disclosure and status report deadlines. The FRCP 26(f) Conference Deadline was extended to Mar. 15; the Initial Disclosure Deadline to Mar. 29; and the Joint Status Report to Apr. 5.

On Mar. 6, the President rescinded the Jan. 27 Executive Order and replaced it with a narrower one, Executive Order 13780. On the same day, the government filed notice of the new EO in this case.

On Mar. 7, the government, with the plaintiffs' consent, moved to dismiss its Ninth Circuit appeal. The court granted this motion on Mar. 8. On March 15, the Court denied en banc review, and also (explaining that no party had formally moved for vacatur) retained the opinion rejecting a stay as a precedential, published opinion. There were several separate opinions filed: Three dissents, by Judge Bybee, Judge Kozinski, Judge Bea (each joined by each other and by Judge Callahan and Judge Ikuta), expressing the view that the panel opinion was wrong. Judge Kozinski Judge Bea. Judge Reinhardt and Judge Berzon each filed concurrances emphasizing that the dissents were addressing issues not before the court, since the appeal had been withdrawn.

Back in the District Court, on Mar. 9, the court granted the State of Oregon's Motion to Intervene. Also on Mar. 9, both the plaintiff State of Washington and the plaintiff State of Minnesota filed a Response to the government's new Executive Order. The State of Washington argued that the President cannot evade an injunction by simply withdrawing the enjoined EO and issuing a new one. More specifically, Washington argued that two of the second EO's provisions, (1) the 90-day ban on entry of persons from several Muslim-majority countries; and (2) the 120-day suspension of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program, are simply reinstated versions of the provisions that the court had already enjoined. Washington argued that the court should confirm that its original injunction continues to apply to the reissued provisions. The plaintiff State of Minnesota noted in its Response that the government cannot unilaterally modify a preliminary injunction by issuing a new EO.

On Mar. 10, the court issued an "Order Regarding Defendants' Notice of the Filing of a New Executive Order and Plaintiffs' Response." In it, Judge Robart noted that, though the parties had respectively filed a "notice" and a "response" regarding the new EO, neither party had filed a motion to either modify or enforce the injunction. The court declined to decide any of the issues raised in the parties' filings until a motion is filed. The court further declined to resolve the parties' dispute regarding the applicability of the prior injunction to the new EO until the plaintiffs file an amended complaint.

On Mar. 13, the plaintiffs filed a motion to amend their complaint, along with an emergency motion to enforce the court's Feb. 3 preliminary injunction. The proposed second amended complaint would be filed on behalf of Washington, California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, and Oregon. In the amended complaint, plaintiffs contended that the new Executive Order will have a detrimental economic impact on state operations, specifically with regard to tourism and to hospital and university recruiting. Further, the plaintiffs contended that Section (2)(c) (the 90-day ban on entry of persons from Muslim-majority countries) and Section 6(a) (the 120-day suspension of USRAP) of the new Executive Order simply re-implement conduct that had been previously enjoined by the court.

The court ordered the government to file a response to the plaintiffs' emergency motion by the end of the day on Mar. 14.

On Mar. 14, the government filed its response to the plaintiffs' emergency motion. In it, the government argued that the existing injunction is specific to the first Executive Order, and that the policies in the new EO are "substantially different" from the previously-enjoined policies.

On Mar. 15, as a backup should the court decline to rule on the pending Emergency Motion to Enforce Preliminary Injunction, the plaintiffs filed an emergency motion for a temporary restraining order. "To avoid any prejudice to Defendants, the States present no new substantive arguments in this motion, instead joining in full the arguments for emergency relief advanced by the plaintiffs in Ali v. Trump, the related case in which Defendants have had an opportunity to respond in writing and this Court has scheduled a hearing at 2pm today."

On Mar. 16, the plaintiffs Washington, California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, and Oregon filed a second amended complaint. The complaint alleged that the new EO violates the First, Fifth, and Tenth Amendments, as well as the Immigration and Nationality Act, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and the Administrative Procedure Act. The plaintiffs sought declaratory and injunctive relief; specifically, the plaintiffs requested that the defendants be enjoined from implementing or enforcing Sections 2(c), 3(c), 5(a)-(c), 5(d), 5(e), 6(b), and 6(a) of the EO.

Also on Mar. 16, the court denied the plaintiffs' emergency motion to enforce the court's prior preliminary injunction against Sections 2(c) and 6(a) of the second EO. The court referenced the "substantial distinctions" between the first and second Executive Orders, namely EO2's delayed implementation, exclusion of Iraq in the list of banned countries, and elimination of the religious minority preference. Judge Robart has not ruled yet on the lawfulness of the second EO.

On Mar. 17, the court stayed, sua sponte, the plaintiffs' motion for a TRO so long as the TRO entered in Hawaii v. Trump or a preliminary injunction of equal scope remains in effect. The court noted that, should circumstances change such that lifting the stay is warranted, either party may move to do so.
Also on Mar. 17, the defendants filed with the lower court the Ninth Circuit's amended Mar. 15 order denying vacatur of the stay.

This case is ongoing.

Virginia Weeks - 01/31/2017
Julie Aust - 03/18/2017
Jamie Kessler - 02/14/2017
Ava Morgenstern - 02/23/2017


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Issues and Causes of Action
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Issues
Constitutional Clause
Due Process
Equal Protection
Establishment Clause
Content of Injunction
Preliminary relief granted
Defendant-type
Jurisdiction-wide
Discrimination-basis
National origin discrimination
Religion discrimination
General
Disparate Treatment
Family reunification
Over/Unlawful Detention
Placement in detention facilities
Terrorism/Post 9-11 issues
Immigration
Admission - criteria
Admission - procedure
Asylum - criteria
Asylum - procedure
Constitutional rights
Detention - criteria
Detention - procedures
Refugees
Visas - criteria
Visas - procedures
National Origin/Ethnicity
Arab/Afgani/Middle Eastern
Plaintiff Type
State Plaintiff
Causes of Action Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. §§ 551 et seq.
Bivens
Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. §§ 1101 et seq.
Religious Freedom Rest. Act/Religious Land Use and Inst. Persons Act (RFRA/RLUIPA)
Defendant(s) United States
Plaintiff Description State of Washington, and State of Minnesota
Indexed Lawyer Organizations None on record
Class action status sought No
Class action status granted No
Prevailing Party Plaintiff
Public Int. Lawyer Yes
Nature of Relief Preliminary injunction / Temp. restraining order
Source of Relief Litigation
Form of Settlement None on record
Order Duration 2017 - n/a
Case Closing Year n/a
Case Ongoing Yes
Additional Resources
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Links 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Resource Page for Stay Application
U.S. Court of Appeals
Written: Feb. 04, 2017
By: U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit)
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Executive Order Protecting The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States
Written: Mar. 06, 2017
By: President Donald Trump (President of the United States)
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Executive Order: Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States
Federal Register
Written: Jan. 27, 2017
By: President Donald Trump (Office of the President)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ External Link ]

  Memorandum to the Acting Secretary of State, the Acting Attorney General, and the Secretary of Homeland Security
The White House
Written: Feb. 01, 2017
By: Donald F. McGahn II, Counsel to the President (The White House)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ External Link ]

  OLC Memo Re: Proposed Executive Order Entitled "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States"
Written: Jan. 27, 2017
By: Curtis Gannon (U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Legal Counsel)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ External Link ]

  Statement By Secretary John Kelly on the Entry of Lawful Permanent Residents into the United States
https://www.dhs.gov/
Written: Jan. 29, 2017
By: DHS Secretary John Kelly (Department of Homeland Security)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ External Link ]

  Statement by Acting Attorney General Sally Yates
https://www.nytimes.com/
Written: Jan. 30, 2017
By: Acting Attorney General Sally Yates (Department of Justice)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ External Link ]

  Video of State of Washington v. Trump District Court TRO hearing
U.S. Court
Written: Feb. 03, 2017
By: U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington (U.S. District Court)
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

Docket(s)
2:17-cv-00141-JLR (W.D. Wash.) 03/17/2017
IM-WA-0029-9000.pdf | Detail
PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
General Documents
[ECF #1] Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief 01/30/2017
IM-WA-0029-0001.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #3] Motion for Temporary Restraining Order 01/30/2017
IM-WA-0029-0002.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #4-9] Declarations 01/30/2017
IM-WA-0029-0003.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #17] Plaintiff State of Washington's Supplemental Brief Regarding Standing 02/01/2017
IM-WA-0029-0004.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #18] First Amended Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief 02/01/2017
IM-WA-0029-0006.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[EFC #19] Notice of Amended Citations 02/01/2017
IM-WA-0029-0007.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #26] Brief of Amicus Curiae the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington 02/02/2017
IM-WA-0029-0008.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #42] Brief of the Service Employees International Union as Amicus Curiae in Support of Plaintiff State of Washington 02/02/2017
IM-WA-0029-0009.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #45] Proposed Brief of Amicus Curiae Law Professors on the Subject of State Standing 02/02/2017
IM-WA-0029-0010.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #46] Brief of Amicus Curiae Washington State Labor Council 02/02/2017
IM-WA-0029-0011.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #48] Brief of Amicus Curiae Americans United for Separation of Church and State in Support of State of Washington's Amended Motion for Temporary Restraining Order 02/02/2017
IM-WA-0029-0012.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #50] Defendants' Opposition to Plaintiff State of Washington's Motion for Temporary Restraining Order 02/02/2017
IM-WA-0029-0013.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #52] Temporary Restraining Order 02/03/2017 (2017 WL 462040) (W.D. Wash.)
IM-WA-0029-0005.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #70] Reply in Support of Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal 02/03/2017
IM-WA-0029-0019.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #53] Notice of Appeal 02/04/2017
IM-WA-0029-0014.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #14] Emergency Motion under Circuit Rule 27-3 for Administrative Stay and Motion for Stay Pending Appeal 02/04/2017
IM-WA-0029-0015.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #15] Order [CtA, denying emergency stay pending fuller briefing] 02/04/2017 (2017 WL 469608)
IM-WA-0029-0016.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #19] Brief of Technology Companies and Other Businesses as Amici Curiae in Support of Appellees (and motion for leave to file) 02/05/2017
IM-WA-0029-0018.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #20-1] Amicus Brief of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality in Support of Appellees (and motion for leave to file) 02/05/2017
IM-WA-0029-0021.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #21-1] State of Hawaii's Emergency Motion to Intervene Under Federal Rule 24 and Circuit Rule 27-3 02/05/2017
IM-WA-0029-0022.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #22-1] Brief of Amici Curiae Law Professors and Clinicians Supporting Plaintiffs-Appellees (and motion for leave to file) 02/05/2017
IM-WA-0029-0023.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #28] States' Response to Emergency Motion under Circuit Rule 27-3 for Administrative Stay and Motion for Stay Pending Appeal. [With all exhibits] 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0017.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #56] Joint Status Report 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0020.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #24-1] Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union and ACLU of Washington as Amici Curiae in Opposition to Appellants' Motion for a Stay (and motion for leave to file) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0024.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #26-1] Brief of Americans United for Separation of Church and State and the Southern Poverty Law Center as Amici Curiae Supporting Appellee and Denial of a Stay (and motion for leave to file) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0025.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #27] Brief of Amicus Curiae Hias, Inc., in Support of Plaintiffs-Appellees 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0026.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #29-1] Declaration of Noah G. Purcell in Support of Response to Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0027.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #77] Order 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0028.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF # 43-1] Brief of Constitutional Scholars as Amici Curiae in Support of Appellees (and motion for leave to file) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0029.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #58] Memorandum of Law of the States of New York, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Virginia, and the District of Columbia [...] 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0030.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #44] Amicus Curiae Brief of the Anti-Defamation League in Support of the Plaintiffs-Appellees (and motion for extension of time to file) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0031.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #49-1] Brief of Amici Curiae Law Professors and Clinicians Supporting Plaintiffs-Appellees (and unopposed motion to substitute corrected amici brief) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0032.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #55] Service Employees International Union's Brief as Amicus Curiae in Support of Plaintiffs-Appellees (and motion for leave to file) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0033.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #65] Brief of Amici Curiae National Immigrant Justice Center and ASISTA (and motion for leave to file) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0034.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #s 56, 64, 75, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100, 101, 102, 104, 117, 118, 119, 120, 128, 129, 130, 136, 138] Letters from Misc. Tech Companies Joining the Brief of Technology Companies and Other Businesses as Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellees 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0035.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #62-2] Brief of Amicus Curiae the American Center for Law and Justice in Support of Defendant-Appellants' Motion for a Stay 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0037.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #66] Brief of Amici Curiae Law Professors in Support of Neither Party (and motion for leave to file) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0038.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #68] Brief Amicus Curiae of U.S. Justice Foundation, Citizens United, Citizens United Foundation, English First Foundation, English First, Public Advocate of the United States, Gun Owners Foundation, Gun Owners of America [...] 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0039.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #69] Amicus Curiae Brief of Washington State Labor Council in Support of the Opposition of Washington and Minnesota to Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal (and motion for leave to file) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0040.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #82] Brief of Muslim Advocates, American Muslim Health Professionals, Council for the Advancement of American Muslim Professionals, Islamic Medical Association of North America, Muppies, Inc., National Arab American Medical Association [...] 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0042.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #84] Brief of Amicus Curiae Freedom Watch, Inc., in Support of Appellants-Defendants on Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0043.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #85] Order [regarding live streaming of oral argument] 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0044.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #89] Order [clarifying live streaming of oral argument] 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0045.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #90] Brief of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle as Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellees (and motion for leave to file) 02/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0046.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #91 and 92] Brief of the American Immigration Council, National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Human Rights First, Kind (Kids in Need of Defense), and Tahirih Justice Center [...] 02/07/2017
IM-WA-0029-0047.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #103] Brief of the States of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New York, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Virginia, and [D.C. ...] 02/07/2017
IM-WA-0029-0055.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #112] Plaintiff-Intervenor David Golden's Motion to Intervene 02/07/2017
IM-WA-0029-0057.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #113] Brief of Participating Law Firms of the Employment Law Alliance in Support of Appellees (and motion for leave to file brief as amicus curiae) 02/07/2017
IM-WA-0029-0058.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #57] Order on Briefing Schedule for Plaintiffs' Motion for a Preliminary Injunction 02/07/2017 (W.D. Wash.)
IM-WA-0029-0063.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #134] OPINION BY 9TH CIRCUIT DENYING STAY PENDING APPEAL 02/09/2017 (847 F.3d 1151)
IM-WA-0029-0067.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #135] Order 02/09/2017
IM-WA-0029-0068.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #133] Brief of Amicus Curiae Daniel O. Escamilla in Support of Defendant-Appellants 02/09/2017
IM-WA-0029-0069.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #131] Letter to the Court Re: State of Washington v. Trump 02/09/2017
IM-WA-0029-0070.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #139] Order 02/10/2017
IM-WA-0029-0071.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #140] Proposed Plaintiffs-Intervenors' Motion for Leave to Intervene 02/11/2017
IM-WA-0029-0072.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #75] States' Memorandum on Ninth Circuit Order Construing Temporary Restraining Order as Preliminary Injunction 02/13/2017
IM-WA-0029-0078.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #76] Defendants' Memorandum in Response to Feb. 10th Minute Order 02/13/2017
IM-WA-0029-0079.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[ECF #78] Order 02/14/2017 (W.D. Wash.)
IM-WA-0029-0073.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
[CtA ECF #143] Brief of Amicus Curiae Kim Blandino, Pro Se in Support of Defendant-Appellants Urging Immediate Action to Vacate the TRO or in the Alternative to Treat This Submission as an Extraordinary Writ of Mandamus, Prohibition or [...] 02/14/2017
IM-WA-0029-0074.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #150] Memorandum of Intervener by Declaration of James J. O'Hagan 02/14/2017
IM-WA-0029-0077.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #146] Brief for the State of Texas as Amicus Curiae in Support of Rehearing En Banc (and motion for leave to file) 02/15/2017
IM-WA-0029-0075.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #149] Brief of Amicus Curiae Freedom Watch, Inc., in Support of en Banc Review of Appellants-Defendants Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal 02/15/2017
IM-WA-0029-0076.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #154] Supplemental Brief on En Banc Consideration 02/16/2017
IM-WA-0029-0080.pdf | Detail
[CtA ECF #153] States' Brief Regarding Rehearing En Banc 02/16/2017
IM-WA-0029-0081.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #155] Brief Amicus Curiae of U.S. Justice Foundation, Citizens United, Citizens United Foundation, English First Foundation, English First, Public Advocate of the United States, Gun Owners Foundation, Gun Owners of America [...] 02/16/2017
IM-WA-0029-0082.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #159] Brief for the Foundation for the Children of Iran and Iranian Alliances Across Borders as Amici Curiae in Support of Plaintiffs-Appellees and in Opposition to en Banc Reconsideration 02/16/2017
IM-WA-0029-0083.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #161] Order 02/16/2017
IM-WA-0029-0084.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #165] Raising Political Question Nonjusticiability, a Brief from Amicus Curiae Professor Victor Williams of the America First Lawyers Assocation in Support of Defendants-Appellants Donald Trump, Et Al’s Motion for Reconsderation en Banc[...] 02/16/2017
IM-WA-0029-0085.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #166] Brief of Law Professors of Constitutional Law, Federal Court Jurisdiction, Immigration, National Security, and Citizenship, as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioners 02/17/2017
IM-WA-0029-0086.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #93] Declaration in Opposition to Position Taken by State of Washington and in Continued Representation by Washington Attorney General 02/17/2017
IM-WA-0029-0087.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #176] Brief of Amicus Curiae Anthony Keyter in Support of the Rule of Law Concerning Rehearing en Banc 02/22/2017
IM-WA-0029-0088.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #94] State of Oregon's Motion to Intervene 02/22/2017
IM-WA-0029-0091.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #178] Defendants-Appellants' Motion to Hold Proceedings in Abeyance 02/24/2017
IM-WA-0029-0089.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #179] Response to Defendants-Appelants' Request to Hold Case in Abeyance 02/24/2017
IM-WA-0029-0090.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #180] Order (denying appellants' motion to hold appeal in abeyance) 02/27/2017
IM-WA-0029-0092.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #184] Correspondence Re: State of Washington v. Trump, No. 17-35105 [attaching new executive order] 03/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0093.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #185] Defendant James J. O'Hagan's Motion to Reconsider Allowing Him to Join Lawsuit as a Real Part in Interest by Declaration of James J. O'Hagan 03/06/2017
IM-WA-0029-0094.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF#187] Order [dismissing appeal] 03/08/2017
IM-WA-0029-0096.pdf | Detail
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[CtA ECF #186] Appellants' Motion for Voluntary Dismissal 03/09/2017
IM-WA-0029-0095.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #112] Order Granting State of Oregon's Motion to Intervene 03/09/2017 (W.D. Wash.)
IM-WA-0029-0097.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #113] Response to Defendants' Notice of Filing of Executive Order 03/09/2017
IM-WA-0029-0098.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #114] State of Minnesota's Response to Defendants' Notice of Filing of Executive Order 03/09/2017
IM-WA-0029-0099.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #117] Order Regarding Defendants' Notice of the Filing of a New Executive Order and Plaintiffs' Response 03/10/2017 (W.D. Wash.)
IM-WA-0029-0100.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #119] Emergency Motion to Enforce Preliminary Injunction 03/13/2017
IM-WA-0029-0101.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #120] Order Regarding Defendants' Response to Plaintiffs' Emergency Motion to Enforce the Preliminary Injunction 03/13/2017 (W.D. Wash.)
IM-WA-0029-0102.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #118] Motion for Leave to File Second Amended Complaint 03/13/2017
IM-WA-0029-0103.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #146] Defendants' Opposition to Plaintiffs' Emergency Motion to Enforce Preliminary Injunction 03/14/2017
IM-WA-0029-0104.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #148] Emergency Motion for Temporary Restraining Order 03/15/2017
IM-WA-0029-0106.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #152] Second Amended Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief 03/16/2017
IM-WA-0029-0107.pdf | Detail
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[ECF #163] Order Denying Washington's Emergency Motion to Enforce the Preliminary Injunction 03/16/2017 (W.D. Wash.)
IM-WA-0029-0108.pdf | Detail
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Amended Order [Order on en banc review, and concurrences and dissents relating to en banc review] 03/17/2017 (2017 WL 992527)
IM-WA-0029-0105.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
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[ECF #164] Order Staying Plaintiffs' Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order 03/17/2017 (W.D. Wash.)
IM-WA-0029-0109.pdf | Detail
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Judges Bea, Carlos T. (Ninth Circuit)
IM-WA-0029-0105
Berzon, Marsha Siegel (Ninth Circuit)
IM-WA-0029-0105
Bybee, Jay S. (Ninth Circuit)
IM-WA-0029-0105
Canby, William Cameron Jr. (Ninth Circuit)
IM-WA-0029-0016 | IM-WA-0029-0067 | IM-WA-0029-0105
Clifton, Richard R. (Ninth Circuit)
IM-WA-0029-0067 | IM-WA-0029-0105
Friedland, Michelle Taryn (Ninth Circuit)
IM-WA-0029-0016 | IM-WA-0029-0067 | IM-WA-0029-0105
Kozinski, Alex (Ninth Circuit)
IM-WA-0029-0105
Reinhardt, Stephen Roy (Ninth Circuit)
IM-WA-0029-0105
Robart, James L. (W.D. Wash.)
IM-WA-0029-0005 | IM-WA-0029-0063 | IM-WA-0029-0073 | IM-WA-0029-0097 | IM-WA-0029-0100 | IM-WA-0029-0102 | IM-WA-0029-0108 | IM-WA-0029-0109 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Thomas, Sidney Runyan (Ninth Circuit)
IM-WA-0029-0071 | IM-WA-0029-0084
Monitors/Masters None on record
Plaintiff's Lawyers Adams, Matthew (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0072
Campion, Jacob (Minnesota)
IM-WA-0029-0017 | IM-WA-0029-0078 | IM-WA-0029-0081 | IM-WA-0029-0090 | IM-WA-0029-0099 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Casey, Meghan Kathleen (Maryland)
IM-WA-0029-0107
Chavez, Maria Lucia (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0072
Chien, Marsha Jade (California)
IM-WA-0029-0006 | IM-WA-0029-0017 | IM-WA-0029-0078 | IM-WA-0029-0081 | IM-WA-0029-0098 | IM-WA-0029-0103 | IM-WA-0029-0106 | IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Crow, Melissa E. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0072
Dewar, Elizabeth N. (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055 | IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Egeler, Anne Elizabeth (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0006 | IM-WA-0029-0017 | IM-WA-0029-0078 | IM-WA-0029-0081 | IM-WA-0029-0090 | IM-WA-0029-0098 | IM-WA-0029-0101 | IM-WA-0029-0103 | IM-WA-0029-0106 | IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Ferguson, Robert W. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0001 | IM-WA-0029-0002 | IM-WA-0029-0003 | IM-WA-0029-0004 | IM-WA-0029-0006 | IM-WA-0029-0007 | IM-WA-0029-0017 | IM-WA-0029-0020 | IM-WA-0029-0078 | IM-WA-0029-0081 | IM-WA-0029-0090 | IM-WA-0029-0098 | IM-WA-0029-0101 | IM-WA-0029-0103 | IM-WA-0029-0106 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Gilbert, Alan I. (Minnesota)
IM-WA-0029-0017 | IM-WA-0029-0078 | IM-WA-0029-0081 | IM-WA-0029-0090 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Gordon, Alexandra Robert (California)
IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Kaplan, Scott J. (Oregon)
IM-WA-0029-0091 | IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Kenney, Mary (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0072
Macleod-Ball, Kristin A. (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0072
Madrid, Glenda Melinda Aldana (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0072
Marquez, Patricio (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0006 | IM-WA-0029-0017 | IM-WA-0029-0078 | IM-WA-0029-0081 | IM-WA-0029-0098 | IM-WA-0029-0101 | IM-WA-0029-0103 | IM-WA-0029-0106 | IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Melody, Colleen (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0001 | IM-WA-0029-0002 | IM-WA-0029-0003 | IM-WA-0029-0004 | IM-WA-0029-0006 | IM-WA-0029-0007 | IM-WA-0029-0017 | IM-WA-0029-0020 | IM-WA-0029-0081 | IM-WA-0029-0090 | IM-WA-0029-0098 | IM-WA-0029-0101 | IM-WA-0029-0103 | IM-WA-0029-0106 | IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Pachter, Tamar (California)
IM-WA-0029-0107
Purcell, Noah Guzzo (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0001 | IM-WA-0029-0002 | IM-WA-0029-0003 | IM-WA-0029-0004 | IM-WA-0029-0006 | IM-WA-0029-0007 | IM-WA-0029-0017 | IM-WA-0029-0020 | IM-WA-0029-0027 | IM-WA-0029-0070 | IM-WA-0029-0070 | IM-WA-0029-0078 | IM-WA-0029-0081 | IM-WA-0029-0090 | IM-WA-0029-0098 | IM-WA-0029-0101 | IM-WA-0029-0103 | IM-WA-0029-0106 | IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Realmuto, Trina (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0072
Reichlin-Melnick, Aaron (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0072
Rosado, Lourdes M. (Pennsylvania)
IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Scott, Robert A. (Maryland)
IM-WA-0029-0107
Sierra, Angela (California)
IM-WA-0029-0107
Sullivan, Steven M. (Maryland)
IM-WA-0029-0107 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Swanson, Lori (Minnesota)
IM-WA-0029-0006 | IM-WA-0029-0017 | IM-WA-0029-0078 | IM-WA-0029-0081 | IM-WA-0029-0090 | IM-WA-0029-0099
Woods, Douglas J. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0107
Defendant's Lawyers Bennett, Michelle Renee (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0013 | IM-WA-0029-0014 | IM-WA-0029-0020 | IM-WA-0029-0079 | IM-WA-0029-0104 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Byron, H. Thomas III (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0015 | IM-WA-0029-0019 | IM-WA-0029-0080
Dorsey, Catherine (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0015 | IM-WA-0029-0019 | IM-WA-0029-0080
Flentje, August E. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0015 | IM-WA-0029-0019 | IM-WA-0029-0080
Francisco, Noel (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0015 | IM-WA-0029-0080
Garg, Arjun (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0013 | IM-WA-0029-0014 | IM-WA-0029-0079 | IM-WA-0029-0104 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Hunt, Joseph H. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0013 | IM-WA-0029-0014 | IM-WA-0029-0020
Kneedler, Edwin S. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0019 | IM-WA-0029-0080
Letter, Douglas (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0015 | IM-WA-0029-0019 | IM-WA-0029-0080
Readler, Chad A. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0013 | IM-WA-0029-0014 | IM-WA-0029-0015 | IM-WA-0029-0020 | IM-WA-0029-0079 | IM-WA-0029-0080 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Ricketts, Jennifer (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0079
Schwei, Daniel (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0014 | IM-WA-0029-0079 | IM-WA-0029-0104
Soskin, Eric J. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0013 | IM-WA-0029-0014
Sturgill, Lowell V. Jr. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0015 | IM-WA-0029-0019 | IM-WA-0029-0080
Swingle, Sharon (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0015 | IM-WA-0029-0019 | IM-WA-0029-0080 | IM-WA-0029-0089 | IM-WA-0029-0093 | IM-WA-0029-0095
Tyler, John Russell (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0013 | IM-WA-0029-0014 | IM-WA-0029-0020 | IM-WA-0029-0079 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Other Lawyers Amdur, Spencer (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0024
Baker, Natasha J. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0058
Balderas, Hector (New Mexico)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Barajas, Lakendra (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Barker, John Campbell (Texas)
IM-WA-0029-0075
Barnard, Kathleen Phair (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0011 | IM-WA-0029-0040 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Barton, Richard D. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Becerra, Xavier (California)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055 | IM-WA-0029-0107
Bergman, Matthew Phineas (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0046 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Berman, Steve W. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0009 | IM-WA-0029-0033 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Berner, Nicole (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0033
Bish, Dale (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Blonder, Steven P. (Illinois)
IM-WA-0029-0026
Blum, Michael (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Boos, Michael (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0039 | IM-WA-0029-0082
Brady, William B. (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0083
Bridges, Andrew P. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Calfo, Angelo J. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0012 | IM-WA-0029-0025 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Carder, Shelley A. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Chang, Robert S. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0021 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Chiang, Emily (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0003 | IM-WA-0029-0008 | IM-WA-0029-0024 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Chin, Douglas S.G. (Hawaii)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Cohen, Andrew M. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Collins, Kristin (California)
IM-WA-0029-0029
Connors, Tiffany Scott (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Cuenin, Ari (Texas)
IM-WA-0029-0075
Cushing, Matthew R. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0086
Daniels, Joshua M. (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0083
Dasgupta, Anisha (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055 | IM-WA-0029-0107
Davis, Claire Loebs (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0010 | IM-WA-0029-0038 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Decter, Caren (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0031
DeMarchi, Virginia K. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Denn, Matthew P. (Delaware)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Deutsch, Michelle Tamara (Arizona)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Donovan, Thomas J. Jr. (Vermont)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Evanson, Kymberly K. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0024 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Feder, Meir (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0029 | IM-WA-0029-0086
Fellmeth, Aaron (Arizona)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Fiur, Seth D. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Foster, Joseph A. (New Hampshire)
IM-WA-0029-0055
Frahn, Harrison (California)
IM-WA-0029-0047
Freeman, Steven M. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Frosh, Brian E. (Maryland)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Gelernt, Lee (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0024
Girard, Bradley (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0025 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Goldman, Jonathan Scott (Pennsylvania)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Goldman, Jeremy Seth (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Goodfriend, Howard M. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Graunke, Kristi L. (Georgia)
IM-WA-0029-0025
Guidry, Kimberly T. (Hawaii)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Hafetz, Jonathon L. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Hall, Kendra J. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Hamer, Alison M. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0058
Hantman, Daniel (Illinois)
IM-WA-0029-0026
Haratunian, Melanie (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Harris, John Barney (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Healey, Maura T. (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055 | IM-WA-0029-0107
Healy, Valeria Calafiore (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Henning, Nicole (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0029
Herring, Mark R. (Virginia)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Hughes, Paul W. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0018
Iglitzin, Dmitri (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0011 | IM-WA-0029-0040 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Jadwat, Omar C. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0024
Jepsen, George (Connecticut)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Johnson, Robert Alan (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0021
Jones, Lauren A. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Kalama, Donna H. (Hawaii)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Katskee, Richard B. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0012 | IM-WA-0029-0025 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Katyal, Neal Kumar (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Keeney, Melanie Gurley (Missouri)
IM-WA-0029-0058
Keller, Scott A. (Texas)
IM-WA-0029-0075
Kilmartin, Peter F. (Rhode Island)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Klayman, Larry (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0043 | IM-WA-0029-0076
Lapointe, Michelle R. (Georgia)
IM-WA-0029-0025
Lawrence, Paul J. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0008 | IM-WA-0029-0024 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Le, Huan (Texas)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Lee, Melissa R (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Leigh-Dake, Erin (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Loew, Jonathan L. (Illinois)
IM-WA-0029-0026
Mach, Daniel (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0024
Madigan, Lisa (Illinois)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Maley, Michelle L. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Mamikonyan, Erna (California)
IM-WA-0029-0029
Marie-Iha, Deirdre (Hawaii)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Marouf, Fatma E. (Texas)
IM-WA-0029-0023 | IM-WA-0029-0032
Martin, Kevin P. (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0035 | IM-WA-0029-0083
Mateer, Jeffrey C. (Texas)
IM-WA-0029-0075
McKown, Aaron M. (Florida)
IM-WA-0029-0035
McMillan, Joseph M. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Miller, Jonathan B. (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Miller, Thomas J. (Iowa)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Miller, Joseph W. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0039 | IM-WA-0029-0082
Mills, Janet T. (Maine)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Mincer, Jonathan (California)
IM-WA-0029-0047
Missan, Andy (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Mitrokostas, Nicholas K. (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0083
Morgan, Jeremiah L. (Virginia)
IM-WA-0029-0039 | IM-WA-0029-0082
Morrison, Eileen L. (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0083
Nadeau, Genevieve (Massachusetts)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Nakatsuji, Robert T (Hawaii)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Nellis, Andrew L. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0025 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Neuborne, Burt (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0029 | IM-WA-0029-0086
Nolan, Terrance J. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Obus, Steven E. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Olson, William J. (Virginia)
IM-WA-0029-0039 | IM-WA-0029-0082
Olson, Robert J. (Virginia)
IM-WA-0029-0039 | IM-WA-0029-0082
Otner, Michael I. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Pande, Trisha S. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0033
Parker, Jean (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Paxton, Ken (Texas)
IM-WA-0029-0075
Percival, Kelly M. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0025 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Pincus, Andrew J. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0018 | IM-WA-0029-0035
Racine, Karl A. (Maryland)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Reich, Mitchell P. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Resnik, Judith (Connecticut)
IM-WA-0029-0029 | IM-WA-0029-0086
Rieders, Robert H. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Robbins, Jennifer (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0011 | IM-WA-0029-0040 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Rosenblum, Ellen F. (Oregon)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055 | IM-WA-0029-0091 | IM-WA-0029-0104 | IM-WA-0029-0107
Roth, Charles G. (Illinois)
IM-WA-0029-0034
Rothschild, Eric J. (Pennsylvania)
IM-WA-0029-0025 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Runkles-Pearson, P.K. (Oregon)
IM-WA-0029-0058
Sarasin, Joanne A. (Illinois)
IM-WA-0029-0026
Schmidt, Thomas P. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Schneiderman, Eric T. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055 | IM-WA-0029-0107
Sekulow, Jay Alan (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0037
Seu, Carlton W.M. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Shapiro, Josh (Pennsylvania)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Shapiro, Edward D. (Illinois)
IM-WA-0029-0026
Shields, Rasha Gerges (California)
IM-WA-0029-0029
Silverman, Kristin W. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0012 | IM-WA-0029-0025 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Simonson, Mary Ellen (Arizona)
IM-WA-0029-0058
Sinzdak, Colleen Roh (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Smith, Jessica (New York)
IM-WA-0029-0031
Smith, Deborah L. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0033
Smith, Catherine Wright (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Soleja, Sameer (Texas)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Solomon, Benna R. (Illinois)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Solow, Sara (Pennsylvania)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Stein, Josh (North Carolina)
IM-WA-0029-0055
Stein, Robert J. III (California)
IM-WA-0029-0026
Storck, Jason (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Titus, Herbert W. (Virginia)
IM-WA-0029-0039 | IM-WA-0029-0082
Underwood, Barbara D. (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0030 | IM-WA-0029-0055
Valiulis, Anthony C. (Illinois)
IM-WA-0029-0026
Vladeck, Stephen I (District of Columbia)
IM-WA-0029-0029
Volk, Andrew M. (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-0009 | IM-WA-0029-0033 | IM-WA-0029-9000
Wadsworth, Clyde James (Hawaii)
IM-WA-0029-0022
Walder, Jessica (Washington)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Wang, Cecillia D (California)
IM-WA-0029-0024
Ware, Anton (California)
IM-WA-0029-0042
Weisel, Jessica M. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0021
Wofsy, Cody H. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0024
Woo, Tiffany M. (New York)
IM-WA-0029-9000
Yoon, James C. (California)
IM-WA-0029-0035
Zimmerman, Erik (Michigan)
IM-WA-0029-0037

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