Lance, et al v. Davidson

Filing 57

ORDER Pursuant to the 2/21/06 Remand to the 3 Judge Panel by the US Supreme Court, Status Report due by noon on 3/10/2006. Signed by Judge David M. Ebel on 3/1/06. (pap, )

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Lance, et al v. Davidson Doc. 57 Case 1:03-cv-02453-ZLW-DME Document 57 Filed 03/01/2006 Page 1 of 2 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT F O R THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO C i vi l Action No. 03-CV-02453-ZLW-CBS K E IT H LANCE, C AR L MILLER, R E N E E NELSON, N AN C Y O' O N N O R C Plaintiffs, v. D O N E T T A DAVIDSON, SECRETARY OF STATE FOR T H E STATE OF COLORADO, in her Official Capacity Only, Defendant. ORDER F i l e d March 1, 2006 B e f o r e E B E L , Senior Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the T e n t h Circuit, PORFILIO, Senior Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Ap p e a l s for the Tenth Circuit, and WE I N S H I E N K , Senior District Judge of the U n i t e d States District Court for the District of Colorado. E B E L , Circuit Judge. O n February 21, 2006 the United States Supreme Court remanded this ma t t e r to this 3-judge district court. T h e court would like to receive a status report from the parties advising the c o u r t as to their future intentions in this matter and suggesting a proposed time s c h e d u l e as to how matters should proceed in this court. Case 1:03-cv-02453-ZLW-DME Document 57 Filed 03/01/2006 Page 2 of 2 T h e parties are hereby ORDERED to submit simultaneous status reports to t h i s court by noon on Friday, March 10, 2006, addressing the above matters and a n y t h i n g else the parties would like to bring to the court' attention. Each status s r e p o r t shall not exceed 5 pages in length. E N T E R E D BY THE COURT: / s / David M. Ebel H o n o r a b l e David M. Ebel C i r c u i t Judge 2

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