Kristin Perry, et al v. Dennis Hollingsworth, et al
Filed order MOATT: (CAJ) to show cause, 1291; Vacating previously established time schedule. New schedule to be set by later order. If appellants do not comply with this order, the Clerk shall dismiss this appeal pursuant to Ninth Circuit Rule 42-1.  (DAF)
K r i s t i n Perry, et al v. Dennis Hollingsworth, et al
F IL E D
U N IT E D STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT
OCT 20 2009
MOLLY C. DWYER, CLERK
U . S . C O U R T OF APPE A L S
K R IS T IN M. PERRY; et al., Plaintiffs - Appellees, an d O U R FAMILY COALITION; et al.,
N o . 09-17241 D .C . No. 3:09-cv-02292-VRW N o rth ern District of California, San Francisco
ORDER Plaintiffs-intervenors - Appellees, v. A R N O L D SCHWARZENEGGER, in his o f f ic ia l capacity as Governor of California; et al., Defendants, and P R O P O S IT IO N 8 OFFICIAL P R O P O N E N T S ; et al., Defendants-intervenors - Appellants.
A review of the record suggests that this court may lack jurisdiction over this in te rlo c u to r y appeal because this court generally lacks jurisdiction to review d isco v ery orders. See 28 U.S.C. § 1291; Truckstop.net, LLC v. Sprint Corp.,
5 4 7 F.3d 1065, 1067 (9th Cir. 2008); KL Group v. Case, Kay & Lynch, 829 F.2d 9 0 9 , 918, n. 5 (9th Cir. 1987). Within 21 days after the date of this order, ap p ellan ts shall move for voluntary dismissal of this appeal or show cause why it s h o u ld not be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. If appellants elect to show cause, a response may be filed within 8 days after service of the memorandum. If appellants do not comply with this order, the Clerk shall dismiss this ap p eal pursuant to Ninth Circuit Rule 42-1. B riefin g is suspended pending further order of the court. F O R THE COURT: Molly Dwyer Clerk of Court By: Caroline A. Jacobs M o tio n s Attorney/Deputy Clerk 9 th Cir. R. 27-7 G en eral Orders/Appendix A
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