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Lamar Co. v. Spokane County Board of County Commissioners (Fred Van Sickle, E.D. Wash. 2:02-cv-326)
The district court ruled that it was not improper for a county to put on the general election ballot an advisory question on curtailing roadside billboards.
Topics: Ballot measure; getting on the ballot; enjoining elections; laches; ballot language.
One of many Case Studies in Emergency Election Litigation.
Abel J. Mattos transmits the remaining Administrative Office and Federal Judicial Center staff reviews of district plans and reports to the Judicial Conference Subcommittee on Case Management
The District Plan developed by the Civil Justice Advisory Group for the Eastern District of Washington
Civil Justice Advisory Group Reporter Mark E. Wilson transmits a draft proposal for a Local Rule change to the judges of the Eastern District of Washington
The Advisory group Report prepared by the Civil Justice Advisory Group for the Eastern District of Washington
The general order appointing members to the Civil Justice Advisory Group for the Eastern District of Washington, as seen in a fax to the Administrative Office
A collection of letters from judges sharing their opinions and responses to the Biden Bill. Collected and transmitted to the Judicial Conference subcommittee on the Biden Bill by Judge Robert F. Peckham