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Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute

Case Information

Date Filed: April 6, 2016
State: Ohio
Issues: Voter Eligibility, Voter Supression
Current Court: U.S. Supreme Court (Case 16-980)

Issue:

Whether the removal of eligible voters from Ohio’s voter-registration rolls, as a result of those voters’ decisions not to participate in recent elections, violates the roll-maintenance provisions of the National Voter Registration Act and has caused eligible Ohio citizens to be deprived of the right to vote.

Status:

Complaint  04/06/2016. Answer filed 4/28/16. Amended complaint filed 5/17/16. Defendant's merit brief filed 5/24/16. Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment and motion for permanent or temporary injunction filed 5/24/16. Order denying Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment and permanent or temporary injunction, and entering judgment for defendant filed 6/29/16. Appellants' brief at 6th Circuit filed 7/13/16. Appellee's brief filed 7/20/16. 6th Circuit Opinion Reversing District Court filed 9/23/16. District Court Opinion and Order implementing remedies consistent with Sixth Circuit Opinion filed 10/19/16. Petition for Writ of Certiorari filed 2/13/17. Respondents' Brief filed 3/31/17. Petitioners' Reply filed 4/17/17. District Court Order Granting Joint Motion for Further Relief filed 4/24/17. Order Granting Petition for Writ of Certiorari filed 5/30/17. Petitioner's Merit Brief filed 7/31/17. DOJ amicus brief filed 8/7/17. Additional Amicus Briefs filed 8/7/17. Order Setting Oral Argument for Nov. 8 filed 8/31/17. Respondents' Merit Brief filed 9/18/17. Petitioner's Reply Brief filed 10/16/17. Order removing case from Nov. 8 oral argument calendar filed 10/27/17. Order setting case for oral argument on Jan. 10, 2018 filed 11/17/17. Oral Argument transcript filed 1/10/18.

Disclosure: EL@M Senior Fellow Daniel Tokaji is involved in this case as one of the cooperating attorneys for the ACLU of  Ohio. No EL@M member who participates in any lawsuit covered on the EL@M website is involved in generating the website's information or analysis on that lawsuit.

District Court Documents

6th Circuit Court of Appeals Documents

 

U.S. Supreme Court Documents

 

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