United States District Court, W.D. Washington
STATE OF WASHINGTON; STATE OF CALIFORNIA; STATE OF MARYLAND; COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS; STATE OF NEW YORK; and STATE OF OREGON, Plaintiffs,
DONALD TRUMP, in his official capacity as President of the United States; U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY; ELAINE C. DUKE, in her official capacity as Acting Secretary of Homeland Security; REX W, TILLERSON, in his official capacity as Secretary of State; and the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Defendants.
FERGUSON, WSBA #26004 Attorney General of Washington NOAH G.
PURCELL, WSBA #43492 Solicitor General COLLEEN M, MELODY,
WSBA #42275 Civil Rights Unit Chief ANNE E. EGELER, WSBA
#20258 Deputy Solicitor General MARSHA CHIEN, WSBA #47020
PATRICIO A. MARQUEZ, WSBA #47693 Assistant Attorneys General
XAVIER BECERRA Attorney General of California ANGELA SIERRA
Senior Assistant Attorney General THOMAS S. PATTERSON Senior
Assistant Attorney General Supervising Deputy Attorney
General ENRIQUE A. MONAGAS Deputy Attorney General ALEXANDRA
ROBERT GORDON Deputy Attorney General Office of the Attorney
General BRIAN E. FROSH Attorney General of Maryland STEVEN M.
SULLIVAN Solicitor General Federal Bar No. 24930 ROBERT A.
SCOTT Assistant Attorney General MAURA HEALEY Attorney
General of Massachusetts ELIZABETH N. DEWAR State Solicitor
GENEVIEVE C. NADEAU Chief, Civil Rights Division JESSE M.
BOODOO Assistant Attorney General ERIC T. SCHNEIDERMAN
Attorney General of the State of New York LOURDES M. ROSADO
Bureau Chief, Civil Rights Bureau SANIA W. KHAN Assistant
Attorney General Office of the New York State Attorney ELLEN
F. ROSENBLUM Attorney General of Oregon SCOTT J. KAPLAN, WSBA
#49377 Senior Assistant Attorney General Oregon Department of
Justice Attorneys for Plaintiff
A. READLER Acting Assistant Attorney General Director,
Federal Programs Branch JOHN R. TYLER Assistant Director,
Federal Programs Branch MICHELLE R. BENNETT DANIEL SCHWEI
Senior Trial Counsel U.S. Department of Justice Attorneys for
STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED]
ORDER TO EXTEND DEADLINE FOR DEFENDANTS TO RESPOND TO THIRD
L. ROBART, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.
to Local Rule 10(g), Plaintiffs and Defendants, through their
respective undersigned counsel, hereby stipulate and agree as
Plaintiffs amended their complaint on October 16, 2017 to
challenge Proclamation No. 9645, Enhancing Vetting
Capabilities and Processes for Detecting Attempted Entry Into
the United States by Terrorists or Other Public-Safety
Threats, 82 Fed. Reg, 45, 161 (Sept. 27, 2017).
See Third Am. Compl, ECF No. 198. Absent an
extension of time, Defendants' response to the Third
Amended Complaint is due on October 30, 2017. See
Fed. R. Civ. P. 15(a)(3).
October 11, 2017, Plaintiffs filed a Motion for Temporary
Restraining Order ("TRO"), asking the Court to
temporarily enjoin certain provisions of the Proclamation.
See ECF No. 195. The Court subsequently entered a
schedule for briefing the motion. See ECF No. 197.
Pursuant to that schedule, Defendants filed their opposition
to Plaintiffs' TRO motion on October 23,, 2017.
See ECF No. 205, Plaintiffs' reply in support of
their TRO motion is due on October 26, 2017, and the Court
has set a hearing on the motion for October 30, 2017.
See ECF No. 197. Following receipt of the briefing
and hearing schedule, Plaintiffs requested that the Court
treat their motion for a TRO as a motion for preliminary
injunction. ECF No. 200.
parties agree that Defendants' deadline to respond to the
Third Amended Complaint should be extended until after the
Court resolves Plaintiffs' TRO motion and any subsequent
motion for preliminary injunction.
IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED AND AGREED, by and between Plaintiffs
and Defendants, subject to the Court's approval, that:
Defendants' deadline to respond to the Third Amended
Complaint shall be extended until 14 days after the Court
enters an order resolving both Plaintiffs' TRO motion and
any subsequent preliminary injunction motion.
TO STIPULATION, ...