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Chrysler Appeal -- Stay Edition

posted by Stephen Lubben

Justice Ginsburg has entered a temporary stay that essentially extends the 4pm deadline, without telling us more.

UPDATE:  My friends at SOTUSblog (whom I've never met) have more on the order. They describe the order as having "no legal significance."


This was entirely predictable, as is that it will ultimately have no effect but a delay, and probably a delay of less than a week.

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