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1 (ORDER LIST: 575 U.S.) MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2015 CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITIONS ILLINOIS V. CUMMINGS, DERRICK The motion of respondent for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted. The judgment is vacated, and the case is remanded to the Supreme Court of Illinois for further consideration in light of Rodriguez v. United States, 575 U. S. (2015) MI CATHOLIC CONF., ET AL. V. BURWELL, SEC. OF H&HS, ET AL. The motion of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, et al. for leave to file a brief as amici curiae is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted. The judgment is vacated, and the case is remanded to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit for further consideration in light of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., 573 U. S. (2014). ORDERS IN PENDING CASES 14M108 14M109 SCHULTZ, GERALD L. V. OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF U.S., ET AL. PATTERSON, WAYNE V. IL DEPT. OF HUMAN SERV., ET AL. The motions to direct the Clerk to file petitions for writs of certiorari out of time are denied. 141, ORIG. TEXAS V. NEW MEXICO, ET AL. The motion of Elephant Butte Irrigation District for leave to intervene is referred to the Special Master D'ANTUONO, FRANK V. NEW YORK 1

2 IN RE ROBERT L. REHBERGER CLARK, SEAN A. V. SSA The motions of petitioners for reconsideration of orders denying leave to proceed in forma pauperis are denied TEICHMANN, BORIS V. NEW YORK BISTRIKA, ALEXANDER A. V. OREGON The motions of petitioners for leave to proceed in forma pauperis are denied. Petitioners are allowed until May 18, 2015, within which to pay the docketing fees required by Rule 38(a) and to submit petitions in compliance with Rule 33.1 of the Rules of this Court. CERTIORARI GRANTED SPOKEO, INC. V. ROBINS, THOMAS GREEN, MARVIN V. DONAHOE, POSTMASTER GEN. The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted. CERTIORARI DENIED YACUBIAN, LAWRENCE M. V. UNITED STATES SAI V. USPS ALEXANDER-IGBANI, LAVERNE V. DeKALB COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT APEL, JOHN D. V. UNITED STATES ROSEBROCK, ROBERT V. HOFFMAN, BARTON, ET AL BALTIMORE CITY POLICE, ET AL. V. OWENS, JAMES UNIV. OF TEXAS SYSTEM, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES WESTERN SKY FINANCIAL, ET AL. V. JACKSON, DEBORAH, ET AL COLLIS, TORINA V. BANK OF AMERICA, ET AL CITIZEN CENTER V. GESSLER, CO SEC. OF STATE BALLESTEROS, JOSE E. V. RONEY, TYLER STULL RANCHES, LCC V. ENTEK GRB, LCC 2

3 ESCAMILLA, DAVID, ET AL. V. M2 TECHNOLOGY, INC SEGALL, MORT A., ET AL. V. OSF HEALTHCARE SYSTEM, ET AL SEGALL, MORT A., ET AL. V. BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, ET AL KORMAN, BOB, ET UX. V. SCHOTT, NICOLE GROGAN, LENORE B. V. BLOOMING GROVE VOLUNTEER CORP VIEWCREST INVESTMENTS, LLC V. OREGON IOPPOLO, ANTHONY V. RUMANA, CHRISTOPHER, ET AL COLE, JESSE V. GENERATIONS ADOPTIONS, ET AL POPE, ADELE, ET AL. V. JAMES B., ET AL HOLMES, ROBERT V. CASSEL, CRAIG NWAWKA, CHUKWUDI C. V. ATLANTA CLASSIC CARS, ET AL WESTERN RADIO SERVICES CO. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL MATZ, SHAUN V. KLOTKA, RODNEY, ET AL FLANDER, SUSAN V. TX DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, ET AL NATIONWIDE FINANCIAL V. POBUDA, MICHAEL T., ET UX JULIAN, CHRISTOPHER B., ET UX. V. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE, ET AL SCHUTZ, KENNETH A. V. FAILLA, KRISTINE NATIONAL MILK PRODUCERS, ET AL. V. EDWARDS, MATTHEW, ET AL GREEN, ROBERT A. V. UNITED STATES DEAN, RICHARD V. SLADE, KATIE C., ET AL COSSETTE, EVAN V. UNITED STATES GROSE, ANTHONY T. V. JOHNSON, SEC. OF HOMELAND DIAMOND, NORMAN D. V. UNITED STATES SAOUD, ALLEN G. V. UNITED STATES GAIL VENTO, LLC, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES MOORE, CHARLES E. V. USDC CD CA, ET AL TERAN-SALAS, ROGELIO V. UNITED STATES GUEVARA, GILMAR A. V. STEPHENS, DIR., TX DCJ 3

4 OLTEN, DALE S. V. UNITED STATES KLINEFELTER, JASON S. V. UNITED STATES LAMBERT, DAVID V. DANA POINT, CA, ET AL LAMBRIX, CARY M. V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC RAGIN, JOHN M. V. CIRCUIT COURT OF VA HAWK, DAVID M. V. CALIFORNIA CULP, CHARLES V. FLORIDA DAVIDSON, JERRY R. V. TENNESSEE SCOTT, SHAUN V. MACLAREN, WARDEN PERKINSON, ERIC A. V. CHATMAN, WARDEN PONTE, ROBERT F. V. DISCOVER BANK, ET AL REVIS, ANDRE L. V. SHERMAN, WARDEN LEWIS, BRIAN V. BROWN, GWEN, ET AL LEWIS, BRIAN V. BATON ROUGE POLICE DEPT., ET AL WARITH, LAURA V. AMALGAMATED TRANSIT UNION REED, STEVEN L. V. JOB COUNCIL OF OZARKS, ET AL HOWARD, SAMUEL V. NEVADA MERRITT, PAUL W. V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC LINDENSMITH, DAVID V. WALLACE, MELODY, ET AL McDOWELL, MILTON V. TAYLOR, WARDEN NIKA, AVRAM V. V. BAKER, WARDEN, ET AL K. R. V. MONTEREY CTY. DEPT. OF SOCIAL MEMMER, JONATHAN L. V. LUDWICK, WARDEN ORTA, JOSEPH V. BITER, WARDEN ORTIZ, MELVIN V. MAHALLY, SUPT., DALLAS, ET AL PRYOR, JAMES T. V. LOUISIANA MILLER, EDWARD C. V. PENNSYLVANIA, ET AL NAJERA, JOSE A. V. LONG, WARDEN 4

5 BLUEFORD, JOSEPH V. LOUISIANA DAVIS, ADAM V. KELLEY, DIR., AR DOC JOHNSON, RONNIE L. V. HOLLOWAY, WARDEN NAPOSKI, ERIC A. V. CALIFORNIA MATT N. V. MICHELE I OYELAKIN, MUTIU A. V. RENO, JANET, ET AL SHEPPARD, BILLY J. V. FLORIDA LANE-EL, JOHN V. SPEARS, MICHAEL, ET AL RICK, DERRICK V. CAIN, WARDEN WILKERSON, NORMAN V. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS, TOMIE M. V. ILLINOIS BELL, MONTY D. V. LITTLEFIELD, RON, ET AL JARAMILLO, MIGUEL A. V. ARTUS, SUPT., ATTICA, ET AL CROCKETT, DALLAS V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL SANDERSON, DONALD R. V. ESTES, WARDEN, ET AL SERNA, JUAN V. CHROMES, LEE A LACY, ANTONIO M. V. JACKSON, WARDEN, ET AL JOHNSON, STEVEN R. V. FARM CREDIT OF FLORIDA, ET AL OTWORTH, CLARENCE V. BUDNIK, WANDA, ET AL COLE, BOB J. V. TOOLE, WARDEN MAZUJI, HAMID V. COLVIN, ACTING COMM'R, SOCIAL ALFORD, THOMAS T. V. CARLTON, STEPHEN S ALLEN, MICHAEL V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL HILL, KEITH L. V. VIRGINIA NICKERSON, JASON V. RHODE ISLAND CAMPBELL, JAMES W. V. PARAMO, WARDEN QURESHI, JAVED I. V. HUGHES, W. KEVIN, ET AL MILLER, ADDIE M. V. WALT DISNEY COMPANY, ET AL. 5

6 WARDELL, WENDEL R. V. UNITED STATES DONOGHUE, STEVEN K. V. PREMO, SUPT., OR GREER, EDDIE V. DENNEY, WARDEN SANTIBANEZ, VICTORIANO V. JONES, SEC., FL DOC PEREZ-GONZALEZ, SERGIO V. BROWN, GOV. OF CA, ET AL SPRINGER, SHAWN C. V. SOUTH DAKOTA HALL, ALLAN L. V. FLORIDA MADAD, SYED Q. V. UNITED STATES GALICIA, RAMIRO V. BAKER, WARDEN, ET AL BROUGHTON, DARLENE M. V. MSPB JONES, ESMON V. V. BUTLER, WARDEN CLARKE, KEVIN M. V. PROVIDENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INS VERAS, MARIA A. V. OSHER, CHRISTOPHER N BRAY, GEORGE V. UNITED STATES CHERRY, MARCO A. V. UNITED STATES BERRY, GARY V. UNITED STATES FEKRAT, RONNIE V. UNITED STATES SNOW, THADDAEUS, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES VARGAS-SANTILLAN, PEDRO V. UNITED STATES ROBINSON, CURTIS J. V. UNITED STATES BRUNO-SANDOVAL, JOSE R. V. UNITED STATES HILL, LARRY A. V. UNITED STATES GONZALEZ-PEREZ, DAVID V. UNITED STATES CANADY, KENNETH R. V. UNITED STATES WRIGHT, ARMOND R. V. UNITED STATES ZUNIGA-BENITEZ, FELIX V. UNITED STATES BAILEY, SAMUEL V. UNITED STATES ANDERSON, MARION S. V. UNITED STATES 6

7 WERT, DANIEL V. UNITED STATES REY, ROBERT D. V. UNITED STATES ROBINSON, COI A. V. UNITED STATES LARA-RENTERIA, JAVIER V. UNITED STATES MORALES-ZARATE, MAURILIO V. UNITED STATES CHOCANO, FERNANDO V. FLORIDA, ET AL AURELHOMME, KERBY V. UNITED STATES The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS USA, ET AL. V. BENTLEY, DOROTHY, ET AL. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice Alito took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition DAKER, WASEEM V. WARREN, SHERIFF, ET AL STEVENS, JABARI V. FLORIDA The motions of petitioners for leave to proceed in forma pauperis are denied, and the petitions for writs of certiorari are dismissed. See Rule HABEAS CORPUS DENIED IN RE JUAN ORNELAS-CASTRO IN RE TWAIN N. AYERS IN RE STEVE RAMON The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are denied. MANDAMUS DENIED IN RE STANLEY L. MILLS IN RE DENISE SESSON IN RE BRITTANY COLEY IN RE JAMES C. PLATTS The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied. 7

8 IN RE JOHN BRADIN The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of mandamus is dismissed. See Rule IN RE WILLIAM S. LEWIS The petition for a writ of mandamus and/or prohibition is denied. REHEARINGS DENIED DIXON, MICHAEL A. V. CALDWELL, WARDEN HATCHIGIAN, DAVID V. STATE FARM SANCHEZ, CONSTANTINO V. V. SHERMAN, ACTING WARDEN McDONALD, TERRY D. V. STEPHENS, DIR., TX DCJ OKOH, JOSEPH V. CLARKE, DIR., VA DOC FORD, JOHNNY V. SURPRISE FAMILY URGENT CARE FLENTROY, CHARLIE V. STEPHENS, DIR., TX DCJ, ET AL GRENIER, ALBERT P. V. COLORADO MICHAEL, HUBERT V. WETZEL, SEC., PA DOC, ET AL THIBODEAUX, CHARLES H. V. AFRICK, JUDGE, USDC ED LA, ET AL KOKINDA, JASON V. USDC ED PA SHABAZZ, AKILAH V. UNITED STATES AMAYA, ENRIQUE V. UNITED STATES IN RE GORDON W. WATTS The petitions for rehearing are denied GOODEN, SELENA V. UNITED STATES, ET AL. The petition for rehearing is denied. The Chief Justice took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition. 8

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