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No. 91-7035. KEYES v. HUCKLEBERRY HOUSE ET AL., 503 U. S. 922;

No. 91–7101. MONTGOMERY V. UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ET AL., 503 U. S. 944;

No. 91-7171. JUSTICE V. LTV STEEL Co., INC., FOR ITSELF AND AS SUCCESSOR TO REPUBLIC STEEL CORP., ET AL., 503 U. S. 946;

No. 91–7172. HUFFSMITH V. WYOMING COUNTY PRISON BOARD ET AL., 503 U. S. 946;

No. 91–7182. KEYES v. HUCKLEBERRY HOUSE ET AL.; and KEYES V. McISSAC, CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER, CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO, 503 U. S. 962;

No. 91–7205. GALLARDO V. UNITED STATES, 503 U. S. 923;
No. 91–7207. CONNER V. INDIANA, 503 U. S. 946;
No. 91-7256. IN RE Cox, 503 U. S. 935;
No. 91–7278. VALLADARES v. TEXAS, 503 U. S. 964;

No. 91–7366. JOHNSON v. DERWINSKI, SECRETARY OF VETERANS AFFAIRS, 503 U. S. 990;

No. 91–7428. IN RE JOHNS, 503 U. S. 935; and

No. 91–7511. IN RE ZZIE, 503 U. S. 958. Petitions for rehearing denied.

No. 91-654. CAFARO v. NEW YORK, 502 U. S. 1005 and 1124. Motion for leave to file second petition for rehearing denied.

No. 91-786. CLARKE v. LOMA LINDA FOODS, INC., ET AL., 502 U. S. 1034. Petition for rehearing denied. JUSTICE BLACKMUN would grant this petition.

No. 91–1341. THANH VONG HOAI ET AL. 20. THANH VAN Vo ET AL., 503 U. S. 967. Petition for rehearing denied. JUSTICE THOMAS took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.

No. 91–6693. FISHER V. ALABAMA, 503 U. S. 941. Petition for rehearing denied. JUSTICE BLACKMUN, JUSTICE STEVENS, JUSTICE O'CONNOR, and JUSTICE KENNEDY would call for a response to the petition for rehearing.

MAY 19, 1992 Miscellaneous Order

No. A-854 (91–7914). ROMERO V. TEXAS. Ct. Crim. App. Tex. Application for stay of execution of sentence of death, presented

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to JUSTICE SCALIA, and by him referred to the Court, denied. JUSTICE O'CONNOR would grant the application for stay of execution.

JUSTICE STEVENS, with whom JUSTICE BLACKMUN and JUSTICE KENNEDY join, dissenting.

In Graham v. Collins, 950 F. 2d 1009 (1992) (en banc), cert. pending, No. 91–7580, the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit rejected the claim advanced by the petitioner in this case by a vote of 7 to 6. Obviously, the claim cannot be frivolous. At its Conference on May 29, the Court will consider the petition for certiorari in Graham, along with two other petitions raising the same claim. In my opinion it is unseemly not to stay petitioner's execution until after that time so that his application and petition receive at least the same consideration as will be given to those whose petitions for certiorari are now pending on the Conference list. Accordingly, I respectfully dissent.

MAY 20, 1992
Miscellaneous Order. (See also No. A-877, ante, p. 188.)

No. A-874. ROMERO V. COLLINS, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INSTITUTIONAL DIVISION. Application for stay of execution of sentence of death, presented to JUSTICE SCALIA, and by him referred to the Court, denied. JUSTICE BLACKMUN, JUSTICE STEVENS, and JUSTICE KENNEDY would grant the application for stay of execution.

MAY 21, 1992 Miscellaneous Orders

No. A-885 (91-8341). BLACK V. TEXAS. Ct. Crim. App. Tex. Application for stay of execution of sentence of death, presented to JUSTICE SCALIA, and by him referred to the Court, denied. JUSTICE BLACKMUN, JUSTICE STEVENS, and JUSTICE O'CONNOR would grant the application for stay of execution pending the disposition of the petition for writ of certiorari.

No. A-887 (91-8361). BLACK V. COLLINS, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INSTITUTIONAL DIVISION. C. A. 5th Cir. Application for stay of execution of sentence of death, presented to JUSTICE SCALIA, and by him referred to the Court, denied. JUSTICE BLACKMUN, JUSTICE STEVENS, and JUS

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TICE O'CONNOR would grant the application for stay of execution pending the disposition of the petition for writ of certiorari.

MAY 26, 1992 Affirmed on Appeal

No. 91–1514. ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE ET AL. V. STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD OF ELECTION LAWS ET AL. Affirmed on appeal from D. C. Md. JUSTICE STEVENS would note probable jurisdiction and set case for oral argument. Reported below: 781 F. Supp. 394.

Miscellaneous Orders

No. D-1084. IN RE DISBARMENT OF GREENSPAN. Disbarment entered. [For earlier order herein, see 502 U. S. 1087.)

No. D-1085. IN RE DISBARMENT OF KENNEY. Disbarment entered. (For earlier order herein, see 503 U. S. 902.]

No. D-1090. IN RE DISBARMENT OF GARNER. Disbarment entered. [For earlier order herein, see 503 U. S. 903.]

No. D-1091. IN RE DISBARMENT OF CRABTREE. Disbarment entered. [For earlier order herein, see 503 U. S. 916.]

No. D-1092. IN RE DISBARMENT OF DEVINE. Disbarment entered. [For earlier order herein, see 503 U. S. 916.)

No. D-1093. IN RE DISBARMENT OF ROBBINS. Disbarment entered. [For earlier order herein, see 503 U. S. 916.]

No. D-1095. IN RE DISBARMENT OF O'BRYAN. Disbarment entered. [For earlier order herein, see 503 U. S. 932.]

No. D-1126. IN RE DISBARMENT OF MARTIN. It is ordered that John T. Martin, of Springfield, Mo., be suspended from the practice of law in this Court and that a rule issue, returnable within 40 days, requiring him to show cause why he should not be disbarred from the practice of law in this Court.

No. D-1127. IN RE DISBARMENT OF WHITNALL. It is ordered that William Dalton Whitnall, of Ripon, Wis., be suspended from the practice of law in this Court and that a rule issue, returnable within 40 days, requiring him to show cause why he should not be disbarred from the practice of law in this Court.

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No. D-1128. IN RE DISBARMENT OF RODRIGUEZ. It is ordered that Carlos Alberto Rodriquez, of Miami, Fla., be suspended from the practice of law in this Court and that a rule issue, returnable within 40 days, requiring him to show cause why he should not be disbarred from the practice of law in this Court.

No. 111, Orig. DELAWARE V. NEW YORK. Fee application dated March 27, 1992, submitted by the Special Master in this action approved, and payment shall be made to “Thomas H. Jackson, Special Master" in the total amount of $105,824.85. It is further ordered that the participating jurisdictions shall bear these costs equally, with each jurisdiction which is a party or which has a pending application to intervene at the date of this order contributing an equal share. It is further ordered that each such jurisdiction may make payment either to the firm of Dickstein, Shapiro & Morin, as coordinating counsel for this purpose, or may make payment directly or via separate counsel to the Special Master. It is further ordered that payment of fees, costs, and expenses pursuant to this order shall be due within 45 days from the date hereof. [For earlier order herein, see, e.g., 502 U. S. 1088.]

No. 91–32. SORBOTHANE, INC., ET AL. v. McQUILLAN ET VIR, DBA SORBOTURF ENTERPRISES. C. A. 9th Cir. Motion of respondents to expedite consideration of petition for writ of certiorari denied. JUSTICE BLACKMUN would grant this motion.

No. 91-1270. RICHARDS, GOVERNOR OF TEXAS, ET AL. V. TERRAZAS ET AL. Appeal from D. C. W. D. Tex. Motion of potential intervenors Guadalupe Mena et al. for leave to proceed in forma pauperis granted. Motion of Guadalupe Mena et al. for leave to intervene denied.

No. 91–7497. RUSSELL V. FRANK, POSTMASTER GENERAL. C. A. 6th Cir. Motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma pauperis denied. Petitioner is allowed until June 16, 1992, within which to pay the docketing fee required by Rule 38(a) and to submit a petition in compliance with Rule 33 of the Rules of this Court. Certiorari Granted

No. 91-1229. UNITED STATES BY AND THROUGH INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE V. MCDERMOTT ET AL. C. A. 10th Cir. Certiorari granted. Reported below: 945 F. 2d 1475.

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No. 91–1300. UNITED STATES v. DUNNIGAN. C. A. 4th Cir. Certiorari granted. Reported below: 944 F. 2d 178.

No. 91–1594. EDENFIELD ET AL. V. FANE. C. A. 11th Cir. Certiorari granted. Reported below: 945 F. 2d 1514.

No. 91–904. CONCRETE PIPE & PRODUCTS OF CALIFORNIA, INC. v. CONSTRUCTION LABORERS PENSION TRUST FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. C. A. 9th Cir. Certiorari granted limited to Questions 2 and 4 presented by the petition. Reported below: 936 F. 2d 576.

Certiorari Denied

No. 91-1233. ZARZECKI V. UNITED STATES. C. A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 937 F. 2d 823 and 946 F. 2d 188.

No. 91–1376. CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL ET AL. v. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA (AZNARAN ET AL., REAL PARTIES IN INTEREST). C. A. 9th Cir. Certiorari denied.

No. 91–1399. UTE DISTRIBUTION CORP. ET AL. V. UNITED STATES. C. A. 10th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 938 F. 2d 1157.

No. 91–1404. AMEJI V. COWAN, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF KENTUCKY. C. A. 6th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 943 F. 2d 51.

No. 91-1422. HOBBS ET AL. V. UNITED STATES. C. A. 4th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 947 F. 2d 941.

No. 91–1544. KRASNIQI V. DALLAS COUNTY CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES UNIT OF THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. Ct. App. Tex., 5th Dist. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 809 S. W. 2d 927.

No. 91–1575. THOMPSON V. KRAMER. C. A. 3d Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 947 F. 2d 935.

No. 91–1576. LEVENE ET AL. v. PINTAIL ENTERPRISES, INC., ET AL. C. A. 5th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 943 F. 2d 528.

No. 91–1578. TOMCZYK V. BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD UNITED OF WISCONSIN. C. A. 7th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 951 F. 2d 771.

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