Arizona Eagletarian

Arizona Eagletarian

Friday, June 24, 2011

AHCCCS cuts -- back to square 1 for plaintiffs

The Arizona Supreme Court today decided to throw the entire petition for special action filed by Tim Hogan and the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest out by declining to take original jurisdiction.  Presumably, that means Hogan et. al. will regroup and file suit in Maricopa County Superior Court next week.

The text of the order:

The Court has read and considered Petitioners’ Motion for Injunctive Relief and Expedited Consideration, their Request for Oral Argument on that motion, responses to Petitioners’ Motion for Injunctive Relief and Expedited Consideration, and the Petition for Special Action and the responses to the Petition for Special Action.

IT IS ORDERED granting the Motion for Expedited Consideration.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Motion for Injunctive Relief and
the Request for Oral Argument are denied.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Court declines to accept
jurisdiction of the Petition for Special Action.
It was signed by Vice-Chief Justice Andrew Hurwitz.

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