Shore v. City of Portland et al
ORDER: For the same reasons explained in the September 29, 2017 Order, the Court DENIES Plaintiff's renewed motion for a Temporary Restraining Order. In addition, because Plaintiff's request for relief is denied, the Court also DENIES his request for a preliminary injunction hearing. Signed on 10/5/2017 by Judge Marco A. Hernandez. (jp)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF OREGON
JAY VINCENT SHORE,
CITY OF PORTLAND, et al.,
HERNANDEZ, District Judge:
Before the Court is Plaintiff Jay Vincent’s Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order
(“TRO”) . In a September 29, 2017 Order, the Court denied Plaintiff’s prior TRO included in
his Complaint. See Order, Sept. 29, 2017, ECF 6; Compl. ¶¶ 105–109, ECF 2. The Court
concluded that Plaintiff had failed to demonstrate a likelihood of irreparable harm or a
substantial likelihood of success on the merits. Now, Plaintiff reasserts substantially the same
arguments that the Court previously rejected. For the same reasons explained in the September
29, 2017 Order, the Court denies Plaintiff’s renewed motion for a TRO. In addition, because
Plaintiff’s request for relief is denied, the Court also denies his request for a preliminary
The Motion for Temporary Restraining Order  is denied.
day of ______________________, 2017.
Marco A. Hernández
United States District Judge
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