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ORDERS FOR OCTOBER 5, 1992, THROUGH

FEBRUARY 19, 1993

OCTOBER 5, 1992

Affirmed on Appeal

No. 91–1546. SLAGLE V. TERRAZAS ET AL. Affirmed on appeal from D. C. W. D. Tex. Reported below: 789 F. Supp. 828.

JUSTICE STEVENS, with whom JUSTICE BLACKMUN joins, dissenting

The Report of the Special Committee of the Fifth Circuit Judicial Council demonstrated that neither corruption nor improper motive affected the District Court's determination of the boundaries of Senate Districts 19 and 26. Nevertheless, the procedures that were followed in drawing the boundaries of those districts, as established in the order under review, represented such a serious departure from procedures that should be observed in fashioning relief in adversary litigation that I would vacate the judgment of the District Court with instructions to redraw the boundaries of those two Senate Districts after the parties have been given an adequate opportunity to be heard on issues that relate to those two districts.

No. 91–2038. POPE ET AL. V. BLUE ET AL. Affirmed on appeal from D. C. W. D. N. C. JUSTICE BLACKMUN would note probable jurisdiction and set case for oral argument. Reported below: 809 F. Supp. 392. Vacated and Remanded on Appeal

No. 91–1862. GANTT ET AL. V. SKELOS ET AL. Appeal from D. C. E. D. N. Y. Judgment vacated and case remanded with instructions to dismiss the appeal as moot. United States v. Munsingwear, Inc., 340 U. S. 36 (1950). Reported below: 796 F. Supp. 677. Certiorari GrantedVacated and Remanded

No. 91–1493. GEORGIA V. CARR. Sup. Ct. Ga. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consid

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eration in light of Georgia v. McCollum, 505 U. S. 42 (1992). Reported below: 261 Ga. 845, 413 S. E. 2d 192.

No. 91–1593. MUNOZ-ROMO v. UNITED STATES. C. A. 5th Cir. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consideration in light of the position asserted by the Solicitor General in his brief for the United States filed June 24, 1992. Reported below: 947 F. 2d 170.

No. 91–1793. COONES V. FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION. C. A. 10th Cir. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consideration in light of Taylor v. Freeland & Kronz, 503 U. S. 638 (1992). Reported below: 954 F. 2d 596.

No. 91–1925. CITY OF ROCKLIN ET AL. V. SIERRA LAKES RESERVE. C. A. 9th Cir. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consideration in light of Yee v. Escondido, 503 U. S. 519 (1992). Reported below: 938 F. 2d 951.

No. 91–1938. YELLOW FREIGHT SYSTEM, INC. v. UNITED STATES. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded with directions to dismiss as moot. United States v. Munsingwear, Inc., 340 U. S. 36 (1950). Reported below: 948 F. 2d 98.

No. 91–1988. LONGO V. UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE ET AL. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consideration in light of Burson v. Freeman, 504 U. S. 191 (1992). Reported below: 953 F. 2d 790.

No. 91–7430. JACKSON v. ILLINOIS. Sup. Ct. Ill. Motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis granted. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consideration in light of Morgan v. Illinois, 504 U. S. 719 (1992). Reported below: 145 Ill. 2d 43, 582 N. E. 2d 125.

No. 91–8445. BACIGALUPO v. CALIFORNIA. Sup. Ct. Cal. Motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis granted. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consideration in light of Stringer v. Black, 503 U. S. 222 (1992). Reported below: 1 Cal. 4th 103, 820 P. 2d 559.

No. 91–8584. PONTICELLI V. FLORIDA. Sup. Ct. Fla. Motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis granted.

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Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consideration in light of Espinosa v. Florida, 505 U. S. 1079 (1992). Reported below: 593 So. 2d 483.

No. 92–249. AMERICAN AIRLINES, INC. v. WOLENS ET AL. Sup. Ct. Ill. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consideration in light of Morales v. Trans World Airlines, Inc., 504 U. S. 374 (1992). Reported below: 147 Ill. 2d 367, 589 N. E. 2d 533.

No. 92–5228. HODGES v. FLORIDA. Sup. Ct. Fla. Motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis granted. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and case remanded for further consideration in light of Espinosa v. Florida, 505 U. S. 1079 (1992). Reported below: 595 So. 2d 929.

Certiorari Dismissed

No. 91–8064. DAVIS v. OHIO. Sup. Ct. Ohio. Certiorari dismissed. Reported below: 62 Ohio St. 3d 326, 581 N. E. 2d 1362.

No. 91–8294. ALLBEE V. MAAS, SUPERINTENDENT, OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY. C. A. 9th Cir. Certiorari dismissed. Reported below: 953 F. 2d 1386.

Miscellaneous Orders
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MASON V. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. Motion to direct the Clerk to file petition for writ of certiorari without paying the docket fee and/or without filing an affidavit in support of a motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis denied.

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PROGRESS ENGINEERING & CONSULTING ENTERPRISE, INC. v. MASSONGILL. Motion of a nonattorney to direct the Clerk to file petition for writ of certiorari on behalf of a corporation and in forma pauperis denied. No.

STOJANOWSKI V. METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE; No.

HARVILL V. HARVILL; and No.

CONDADO PLAZA & CASINO V. ASOCIACION DE EMPLEADOS DE CASINO DE PUERTO RICO CONCILIATION ET AL. Motions to direct the Clerk to file petitions for writs of certiorari out of time denied.

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E. S. v. ILLINOIS. Motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis without an affidavit of indigency executed by petitioner denied.

No. A-154. THOM v. UNITED STATES ET AL. C. A. 8th Cir. Application for stay, addressed to JUSTICE O'CONNOR and referred to the Court, denied.

No. A-157. HEUNG-KONG V. SEIFERT, WARDEN. D. C. C. D. Cal. Application for stay, addressed to JUSTICE BLACKMUN and referred to the Court, denied.

No. A-174. SMALIS V. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS BAIL AGENCY. Application for certificate of probable cause, addressed to JUSTICE WHITE and referred to the Court, denied.

No. A-212. HEUNG-KONG V. SEIFERT, WARDEN. C. A. 9th Cir. Application for stay, addressed to JUSTICE BLACKMUN and referred to the Court, denied.

No. D-1121. IN RE DISBARMENT OF RAGANO. Frank Ragano, of Tampa, Fla., having requested to resign as a member of the Bar of this Court, it is ordered that his name be stricken from the roll of attorneys admitted to practice before the Bar of this Court. The rule to show cause, heretofore issued on May 18, 1992 [504 U. S. 904], is hereby discharged.

No. D-1126. IN RE DISBARMENT OF MARTIN. Motion to defer consideration denied. Disbarment entered. [For earlier order herein, see 504 U. S. 938.]

No. D-1134. IN RE DISBARMENT OF KIMURA. Robert Yutaka Kimura, of Honolulu, Haw., having requested to resign as a member of the Bar of this Court, it is ordered that his name be stricken from the roll of attorneys admitted to practice before the Bar of this Court. The rule to show cause, heretofore issued on June 8, 1992 [504 U. S. 970), is hereby discharged.

No. D-1143. IN RE DISBARMENT OF BYRD. Disbarment entered. [For earlier order herein, see 505 U. S. 1217.]

No. 65, Orig. TEXAS V. NEw MEXICO. Final Report of the River Master for Accounting Year 1991 received and ordered filed. [For earlier order herein, see, e. g., 504 U. S. 954.]

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No. 105, Orig. KANSAS v. COLORADO. Motion of the Special Master for award of interim fees and reimbursement of expenses granted, and the Special Master is awarded a total of $244,063.47 to be paid as follows: 40% by Kansas, 40% by Colorado, and 20% by the United States. [For earlier order herein, see, e.g., 502 U. S. 1027.]

No. 108, Orig. NEBRASKA V. WYOMING ET AL. Motion of Wyoming for leave to file a reply brief granted. Exceptions to the Reports of the Special Master are set for oral argument in due course. (For earlier order herein, see, e.g., 504 U. S. 982.]

No. 111, Orig. DELAWARE V. NEW YORK. Motions of Midwest Securities Trust Co. et al. and Securities Industries Association et al. for leave to file briefs as amici curiae granted. Motion of Delaware for leave to file a brief in reply to briefs of the Texas Group Intervenors granted. Motion of New York for leave to file a reply brief granted. Motion of Massachusetts for leave to file a complaint in intervention granted. Exceptions to the Report of the Special Master are set for oral argument in due course. [For earlier order herein, see, e. g., 504 U. S. 939.]

No. 119, Orig. CONNECTICUT ET AL. V. NEW HAMPSHIRE. Answer of New Hampshire to the complaint of the utility intervenors referred to the Special Master. JUSTICE SOUTER took no part in the consideration or decision of this order. (For earlier order herein, see, e. g., 505 U. S. 1202.)

No. 90–114. CONSOLIDATION COAL Co. v. DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION PROGRAMS, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, ET AL., 501 U. S. 680. Motion of respondent Albert C. Dayton for award of attorney's fees denied without prejudice to refiling in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. JUSTICE KENNEDY took no part in the consideration or decision of this motion.

No. 91-155. INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR KRISHNA CONSCIOUSNESS, INC., ET AL. v. LEE, SUPERINTENDENT OF PORT AUTHORITY POLICE, 505 U. S. 672; and

No. 91-339. LEE, SUPERINTENDENT OF PORT AUTHORITY POLICE V. INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR KRISHNA CONSCIOUSNESS, INC., ET AL., 505 U. S. 830. Motion of Walter Lee to retax costs denied.

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