U.S. Supreme Court Issues Mainly Favorable Decision In Camreta v. Greene, 563 U.S. ___ (2011), 131 S.Ct. 2020 (2011)
Carolyn Kubitschek's argument in the United States Supreme Court on March 1, 2011, has resulted in a strictly procedural decision that the case was moot, directing the Ninth Circuit to vacate part of its ruling. It does not overturn the decision or the reasoning. On remand, the Ninth Circuit vacated part of its ruling, but left intact the remainder.
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