Center for Native Ecosystems et al v. Salazar et al
ORDER granting 16 State of Wyoming's Motion to Intervene. Answer 16 is accepted as filed, by Judge John L. Kane on 9/29/09.(gmssl, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Judge John L. Kane Civil Action No. 09-cv-1463-AP CENTER FOR NATIVE ECOSYSTEMS, BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION ALLIANCE, CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY, DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE, and NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL, Petitioners, v. KEN SALAZAR, Secretary of the Interior, and ROWAN GOULD, Director, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Respondents, and WYOMING FARM BUREAU FEDERATION and WYOMING STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION, and STATE OF WYOMING, Intervenors. ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO INTERVENE Kane, J. The Motion to Intervene of the State of Wyoming (doc. #16), filed September 8, 2009, is GRANTED. This Court finds that, pursuant to the requirements of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 24(a), the State of Wyoming is entitled to intervene as of right. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED the State of Wyoming shall hereby be allowed full rights to participate as a party to this action. In briefing on the merits of the appealed agency action, intervenors shall avoid duplicating the government's and existing intervenors' arguments and shall, if possible, file a combined brief.
The State of Wyoming's Answer (doc. #16-2) is accepted as filed. The State of Wyoming shall abide by the deadlines set forth in the Joint Case Management Plan, entered on this date. DATED this 29th day of September, 2009. BY THE COURT: s/John L. Kane John L. Kane, Senior District Judge United States District Court
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