King Lincoln Bronzeville Neighborhood Association et al v. J. Kenneth Blackwell et al

Filing 110

NOTICE Opposing Any Discovery and Request for Status Conference re 102 MOTION for Reconsideration re 101 Opinion and Order and Request for Emergency Hearing by Defendant Jennifer L. Brunner & Intervenor State Of Ohio (Coglianese, Richard) Modified on 2/9/2011 to clarify text (kk2)

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In The United States District Court For The Southern District Of Ohio, Eastern Division King Lincoln Bronzeville Neighborhood Association, et al., Plaintiffs, vs. Case No. 2:06-cv-745 Jennifer Brunner, et al., Judge Marbley Defendants. Magistrate Judge Kemp Notice of Secretary of State Jon Husted Opposing Any Discovery in this Case And Request For A Status Conference Currently pending before this Court is the Plaintiffs’ objection to the Magistrate’s Report and Recommendation prohibiting any discovery in this case. The Plaintiffs, in their reply continue to make the claim that the Secretary of State supported their request for discovery. On January 10, 2011, Jon Husted became the Ohio Secretary of State. He is filing this notice with the Court in order to advise the Court that he opposes any discovery occurring in this case and asks this Court to deny the Plaintiffs’ objections. Secretary Husted further asks this Court to schedule a status conference in this case in order to set a case management schedule. Respectfully submitted, Michael DeWine Attorney General /s Richard N. Coglianese Richard N. Coglianese (0066830) Assistant Attorney General Constitutional Offices Section 30 East Broad Street, 16th Floor Columbus, Ohio 43215 614-466-2872 614-728-7592 (Fax) Certificate of Service This is to certify a copy of the foregoing was served upon all counsel of record by means of the Court’s electronic filing system on this 8th day of February, 2011. /s Richard N. Coglianese

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