Three-Judge Federal District Court in Pa Congressional Redistricting Case Sets Expedited Schedule for Briefing on Preliminary Injunction Request

The court denied a temporary restraining order to prevent the use of the new district lines, holding that the matter “is not so exigent as to justify the issuance of temporary injunctive relief in light of the court’s willingness to expedite resolution of plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunction and the court favoring an opportunity for all parties to be heard.”

And it set a very expedited schedule for considering the motion for a preliminary injunction as well as motions to dismiss.

The preliminary relief (the whole ball game for 2018) should all be resolved in a few weeks before this three-judge district court, teeing up yet another chance to petition the Supreme Court of the U.S. for extraordinary relief.

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