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'''Independence Institute v. Colorado Secretary of State''' is a federal lawsuit filed in 2010 in the [[judgepedia:United States District Court for the District of Colorado|United States District Court for the District of Colorado]].  The plaintiffs in the case seek to have a federal judge determine whether several key provisions of [[Colorado House Bill 1326 (2009)]] are unconstitutional under the U.S. Constitution.
 
'''Independence Institute v. Colorado Secretary of State''' is a federal lawsuit filed in 2010 in the [[judgepedia:United States District Court for the District of Colorado|United States District Court for the District of Colorado]].  The plaintiffs in the case seek to have a federal judge determine whether several key provisions of [[Colorado House Bill 1326 (2009)]] are unconstitutional under the U.S. Constitution.
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Federal district judge [[Judgepedia:Philip Brimmer|Philip Brimmer]] issued a 39-page preliminary injunction on June 11, 2010, forbidding the state of [[Colorado]] from enforcing several key provisions of [[Colorado House Bill 1326 (2009)]].  Judge Brimmer's order, in particular, found that the provisions of [[Colorado House Bill 1326 (2009)|HB 1326]] that ban compensating petition circulators on a [[pay-per-signature]]  basis
  
 
==Plaintiffs==
 
==Plaintiffs==

Revision as of 22:27, 13 June 2010

Independence Institute v. Colorado Secretary of State is a federal lawsuit filed in 2010 in the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. The plaintiffs in the case seek to have a federal judge determine whether several key provisions of Colorado House Bill 1326 (2009) are unconstitutional under the U.S. Constitution.

Federal district judge Philip Brimmer issued a 39-page preliminary injunction on June 11, 2010, forbidding the state of Colorado from enforcing several key provisions of Colorado House Bill 1326 (2009). Judge Brimmer's order, in particular, found that the provisions of HB 1326 that ban compensating petition circulators on a pay-per-signature basis

Plaintiffs

Plaintiffs in the case are:

  • Jon Caldara
  • Dennis Polhill
  • Jessica Corry
  • Mason Tvert
  • Russell Haas
  • Douglas Campbell
  • Louis Schroeder
  • Scott Lamm
  • Albie Hurst
  • Daniel Kennedy

See also

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