THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS V BREWER

Filing 920070815

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FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, a nonprofit corporation; MATT SALMON, a citizen of the State of Arizona; DEAN MARTIN, a citizen of the State of Arizona, Plaintiffs-Appellants, STEVEN S. POE; CLEAN ELECTIONS INSTITUTE, INC., Intervenors-Appellees, and LORI DANIELS, a citizen of the State of Arizona, Plaintiff, v. JAN BREWER, in her official capacity as Secretary of State of the State of Arizona; DAVID A. PETERSSEN, in his official capacity as Treasurer of the State of Arizona; TERRY GODDARD, in his official capacity as Attorney General of the State of Arizona; LESLIE LEMON, a member of the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission aka Gene Lemon; DAVID G. MCKAY, a member of the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission; No. 05-15630 D.C. No. CV-04-00200-EHC District of Arizona, Phoenix ORDER 9869 9870 THE ASSOC. OF AMER. PHYSICIANS v. BREWER KATHLEEN S. DEETRICK, a member of the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission; ERMILA JOLLEY, a member of the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission; MARCIA BUSCHING, a Member of the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission, Defendants-Appellees. Filed August 15, 2007 Before: John T. Noonan, Ronald M. Gould, and Johnnie B. Rawlinson, Circuit Judges. ORDER Jan Brewer's Motion for Clarification of Panel Order is GRANTED. The panel order filed July 18, 2007 should have stated that Dean Martin's complaint "seeking an injunction against the enforcement of A.R.S. 16-940 et. seq. states a cause of action." The panel's order filed July 18, 2007 is hereby AMENDED. PRINTED FOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE--U.S. COURTS BY THOMSON/WEST--SAN FRANCISCO The summary, which does not constitute a part of the opinion of the court, is copyrighted 2007 Thomson/West.

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