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No. 12–126, McQuiggin, Warden v. Perkins

Argued February 25, 2013

             John J. Bursch, Solicitor General of Michigan,argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Bill Schuette, Attorney General, B. Eric Restuccia, Deputy Solicitor General, and Mark G. Sands and John S. Pallas, Assistant Attorneys General.

            Chad A. Readler argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Eric E. Murphy, Allison E. Haedt, and Jason Burnette.

            A brief of amici curiae urging reversal was filed for the State of Alabama et al. by Luther Strange, Attorney General of Alabama, John C. Neiman, Jr., Solicitor General, Andrew L. Brasher, Deputy Solicitor General, and Kasdin E. Miller, Assistant Solicitor General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: John Suthers of Colorado, Samuel S. Olens of Georgia, Lawrence Wasden of Idaho, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, William J. Schneider of Maine, Steve Bullock of Montana, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Gary King of New Mexico, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, Robert E. Cooper, Jr., of Tennessee, Mark Shurtleff of Utah, Robert M. McKenna of Washington, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming.

             Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for Former and Current Law Enforcement Officials by George H. Kendall and Pierre H. Bergeron; and for the Innocence Network by Lori R. Mason, Maureen P. Alger, and Kyle P. Reynolds.

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No. 11–10189, Trevino v. Thaler, Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division

Argued February 25, 2013

             Warren Alan Wolf argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Seth P. Waxman, Catherine M. A. Carroll, and Annie L. Owens.

            Andrew S. Oldham, Deputy Solicitor General of Texas, argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Greg Abbott, Attorney General, Jonathan F. Mitchell, Solicitor General, Daniel T. Hodge, First Assistant Attorney General, Adam W. Aston, Deputy Solicitor General, and James P. Sullivan and Arthur C. D’Andrea, Assistant Solicitors General.

            Robert C. Owen, Jordan M. Steiker, James Marcus, Maurie Levin, Gretchen S. Sween, and David Dow filed a brief for the University of Texas School of Law Capital Punishment Clinic et al. as amici curiae urging reversal.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the State of Utah et al. by John E. Swallow, Attorney General of Utah, Bridget K. Romano, Solicitor General, Laura B. Dupaix, and Dan Schweitzer, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, Tom Horne of Arizona, Dustin McDaniel of Arkansas, John Suthers of Colorado, Joseph R. Biden III of Delaware, Pamela Jo Bondi of Florida, Sam Olens of Georgia, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lawrence Wasden of Idaho, Lisa Madigan of Illinois, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Tom Miller of Iowa, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, Jack Conway of Kentucky, Douglas F. Gansler of Maryland, Timothy C. Fox of Montana, Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, Gary K. King of New Mexico, Michael DeWine of Ohio, Ellen F. Rosenblum of Oregon, Kathleen G. Kane of Pennsylvania, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Robert E. Cooper, Jr., of Tennessee, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; for the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation by Kent S. Scheidegger; and for the Families of Linda Salinas and Other Crime Victims by Ryan P. Bates.

            Ralph Haney Brock filed a brief for the State Bar of Texas as amicus curiae.

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No. 12–207, Maryland v. King

Argued February 26, 2013

            Katherine Winfree, Chief Deputy Attorney General of Maryland, argued the cause for petitioner.  With her on the briefs were Douglas F. Gansler, Attorney General, and Brian S. Kleinbord, Robert Taylor, Jr., Mary Ann Rapp Ince, Daniel J. Jawor, and Carrie J. Williams, Assistant Attorneys General.

            Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Breuer, Elaine J. Goldenberg, Robert A. Parker, and Christopher J. Smith.

            Kannon K. Shanmugam argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were James M. McDonald, David M. Horniak, Paul B. DeWolfe, and Stephen B. Mercer.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the State of California et al. by Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General of California, Enid A. Camps, Deputy Attorney General, Dane R. Gillette, Chief Assistant Attorney General, Gerald A. Engler, Senior Assistant Attorney General, and Susan Duncan Lee, Acting State Solicitor General, by Kevin T. Kane, Chief State’s Attorney of Connecticut, and by the Attorneys General and former Attorneys General for their respective jurisdictions as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, Michael C. Geraghty of Alaska, Tom Horne of Arizona, Dustin McDaniel of Arkansas, John W. Suthers of Colorado, Joseph R. Biden III of Delaware, Irvin B. Nathan of the District of Columbia, Pamela Jo Bondi of Florida, Samuel S. Olens of Georgia, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Lisa Madigan of Illinois, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Thomas J. Miller of Iowa, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, Jack Conway of Kentucky, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, William J. Schneider of Maine, Martha Coakley of Massachusetts, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Lori Swanson of Minnesota, Jim Hood of Mississippi, Chris Koster of Missouri, Steve Bullock of Montana, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, Michael A. Delaney of New Hampshire, Jeffrey S. Chiesa of New Jersey, Gary K. King of New Mexico, Eric T. Schneiderman of New York, Roy Cooper of North Carolina, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, Michael DeWine of Ohio, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, Ellen F. Rosenblum of Oregon, Linda L. Kelly of Pennsylvania, Guillermo Somoza-Colombani of Puerto Rico, Peter F. Kilmartin of Rhode Island, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Marty J. Jackley of South Dakota, Robert E. Cooper, Jr., of Tennessee, Greg Abbott of Texas, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, William H. Sorrell of Vermont, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of Virginia, Robert M. McKenna of Washington, Darrell V. McGraw, Jr., of West Virginia, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; for Susana Martinez, Governor of New Mexico, by Jeffrey S. Bucholtz; for DNA Saves et al. by Jonathan S. Franklin and Mark Emery; for the Global Alliance for Rapid DNA Testing by Theodore B. Olson, Amir C. Tayrani, and John W. Wolfe; for the Maryland Chiefs of Police Association, Inc., et al. by Karen J. Kruger, George Nilson, Suzanne Sangree, and Marc P. Hansen; for the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault et al. by William C. Sammons; for the Maryland Crime Victims’ Resource Center, Inc., et al. by Neal Kumar Katyal, Dominic F. Perella, Julie A. Grohovsky, and Russell P. Butler; for the National District Attorneys Association by Albert C. Locher; and for the National Governors Association et al. by Prashant K. Khetan, Lisa E. Soronen, and Richard Weintraub.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Civil Liberties Union et al. by Michael T. Risher, Peter C. Meier, Steven R. Shapiro, Ezekiel R. Edwards, and Brandon J. Buskey; for the Council for Responsible Genetics by Matthew S. Hellman; for the Electronic Frontier Foundation by Jennifer Lynch, Lee Tien, and Hanni Fakhoury; for the Electronic Privacy Information Center et al. by Marc Rotenberg; for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers by Lisa S. Blatt, Anthony J. Franze, and Jonathan Hacker; for the National Association of Federal Defenders by William M. Jay and Sarah S. Gannett; for the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia by Sandra K. Levick; for Veterans for Common Sense by Eric D. Miller; and for Robert Nussbaum et al. by Danielle Spinelli, Annie L. Owens, and Nicole Ries Fox.

            Briefs of amici curiae were filed for Genetics, Genomics and Forensic Science Researchers by Michael L. Foreman; for the Howard University School of Law Civil Rights Clinic by Aderson B. François; for the Los Angeles County District Attorney by Irene Wakabayashi, Phyllis Asayama, and Roberta Schwartz; and for 14 Scholars of Forensic Evidence by Erin Murphy, pro se.

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No. 11–1221, Hillman v. Maretta

Argued April 22, 2013

            Daniel H. Ruttenberg argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Jason D. Smolen, Alan B. Plevy, and Kyung N. Dickerson.

            Steffen N. Johnson argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were George O. Peterson, Gene C. Schaerr, Elizabeth P. Papez, Linda T. Coberly, and William P. Ferranti.

            Elaine J. Goldenberg argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae in support of respondent.  With her on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Acting Assistant Attorney General Delery, Deputy Solicitor General Srinivasan, Leonard Schaitman, Robert D. Kamenshine, Elaine Kaplan, and James Muetzel.

            Anthony F. Shelley and David M. Ermer filed a brief for the Association of Federal Health Organizations as amicus curiae urging affirmance.

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No. 12–123, Horne et al. v. Department of Agriculture

Argued March 20, 2013

            Michael W. McConnell argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were Aditya Bamzai, Joseph Cascio, Aaron L. Nielson, and Brian C. Leighton.

            Joseph R. Palmore argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Delery, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, Michael S. Raab, and Carrie F. Ricci.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the State of Texas by Greg Abbott, Attorney General Andrew S. Oldham, Deputy Solicitor General, Daniel T. Hodge, First Assistant Attorney General, Jonathan F. Mitchell,  Solicitor General, and Richard B. Farrer, Matthew H. Frederick, and Douglas D. Geyser, Assistant Solicitors General; for the Cato Institute et al. by Steffen N. Johnson, William P. Ferranti, Ilya Shapiro, Karen R. Harned, Elizabeth Milito, John C. Eastman, and Manuel S. Klausner; for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America by John P. Elwood, Robin S. Conrad, Rachel L. Brand, and Sheldon Gilbert; and for Constitutional Law Scholars by Scott A. Keller and J. Campbell Barker.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the International Municipal Lawyers Association by John D. Echeverria; and for Sun-Maid Growers of California by Edward M. Ruckert and M. Miller Baker.

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No. 12–62, Peugh v. United States

Argued February 26, 2013

             Stephen B. Kinnaird argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Stephanos Bibas, Allan A. Ackerman, and Katherine F. Murray.

             Eric J. Feigin argued the cause for the United States.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Breuer, Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben, and Nina Goodman.

             Adam K. Mortara and Steven A. Greenberg filed a brief for the Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers as amicus curiae urging reversal.

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No. 12–135, Oxford Health Plans LLC v. Sutter

Argued March 25, 2013

              Seth P. Waxman argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Edward C. DuMont, Paul R. Q. Wolfson, Joshua M. Salzman, Matthew M. Shors, and Adam N. Saravay.

              Eric D. Katz argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief was Eric Schnapper.        

              Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America by Carter G. Phillips, Paul J. Zidlicky, Eric D. McArthur, Robin S. Conrad, Sheldon Gilbert, and Kathryn Comerford Todd; for DRI–The Voice of the Defense Bar by Mary Massaron Ross, Jerrold J. Ganzfried, and John F. Stanton; for the Equal Employment Advisory Council by Rae T. Vann; for the New England Legal Foundation by Benjamin G. Robbins and Martin J. Newhouse; and for the Pacific Legal Foundation by Deborah J. La Fetra and Timothy Sandefur.

               Joe R. Whatley, Jr., Edith M. Kallas, Ilze C. Thielmann, and Robert Axelrod filed a brief for the American Medical Association et al. as amici curiae urging affirmance.

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No. 12–398, Association for Molecular Pathology et al. v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., et al.

Argued April 15, 2013

               Christopher A. Hansen argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were Sandra S. Park, Steven R. Shapiro, Aden J. Fine, Lenora M. Lapidus, and Daniel B. Ravicher.

               Solicitor General Verrilli argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging affirmance in part and reversal in part. With him on the brief were Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Delery, Deputy Solicitor General Stewart, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brinkmann, Ginger D. Anders, Scott R. McIntosh, and Mark R. Freeman.

               Gregory A. Castanias argued the cause for respondents. With him on the brief were Jennifer L. Swize, Brian M. Poissant, Laura A. Coruzzi, Israel Sasha Mayergoyz, Dennis Murashko, Benjamin G. Jackson, and Matthew S. Gordon.

                Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Canavan Foundation et al. by John L. Hendricks, Megan M. O’Laughlin, and John T. Tower; for GeneDx et al. by Aaron X. Fellmeth; for Genformatic LLC by Earl Landers Vickery and Daniel Binford Weaver; for Knowledge Ecology International by Krista L. Cox; for the International Center for Technology Assessment et al. by George A. Kimbrell; for the National Women’s Health Network et al. by Debra Greenfield; for Eileen M. Kane by Ms. Kane, pro se; and for Kali N. Murray et al. by Ms. Murray, pro se.  Sarah M. Shalf filed a brief for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention et al. as amici curiae urging vacatur.

                Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Bar Association  by Laurel G. Bellows, John P. Elwood, and Stephen C. Stout; for the American Intellectual Property Law Association by Barbara R. Rudolph, Robert D. Litowitz, Erika Harmon Arner, Robert C. Stanley, and Jeffrey I. D. Lewis; for the Animal Health Institute et al. by Judy Jarecki-Black, Frank G. Smith, and Matthew W. Howell; for the Association of American Physicians & Surgeons, Inc., et al. by David P. Felsher and Andrew L. Schlafly; for the Biotechnology Industry Organization by Seth P. Waxman and Nicole Ries Fox; for the Coalition for 21st Century Medicine by Jeffrey A. Lamken and Michael G. Pattillo, Jr.; for CropLife International by Evan A. Young; for the Federal Circuit Bar Association by Claire Laporte and Terence P. Stewart; for Genentech, Inc., et al. by Mr. Waxman, Ms. Fox, Kevin A. Marks, Blair Elizabeth Taylor, and D. Michael Young; for Gilead Sciences, Inc., et al. by J. Timothy Keane and Rudolph A. Telscher; for Immatics Biotechnologies, GmbH, by Kristine L. Roberts; for InHouse Patent Counsel, LLC, by Rochelle K. Seide; for the Intellectual Property Owners Association by Paul H. Berghoff, Richard F. Phillips, and Kevin H. Rhodes; for the NanoBusiness Commercialization Association by Andrew S. Baluch, Harold C. Wegner, and Stephen B. Maebius; for the National Venture Capital Association by Lynn H. Pasahow, Michael J. Shuster, and Carolyn Chang; for the New York Intellectual Property Law Association by Matthew B. McFarlane, Ronald M. Daignault, Charles R. Macedo, Thomas J. Kowalski, Robert M. Isackson, and David F. Ryan; for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America by Kurt G. Calia, Alexa R. Hansen, Robert A. Long, Jr., and Natalie M. Derzko; for the University of Baltimore/Johns Hopkins University Center for Medicine & Law et al. by Bruce D. Abramson and Miles J. Zaremski; for Larry Geier et al. by Matthew S. Hellman and Joshua M. Segal; and for Jeffrey A. Lefstin by Kevin B. Laurence.

                Briefs of amici curiae were filedfor AARP by Barbara Jones and Michael Schuster; for Academics in Law et al. by Roy I. Liebman; for the American Medical Association et al. by Lori B. Andrews; for the Boston Patent Law Association by Erik Paul Belt and Frank Porcelli; for CLS Bank International by Mark A. Perry and Brian M. Buroker; for Fédération Internationale des Conseils en Propriété Intellectuelle by Maxim H. Waldbaum and Robert D. Katz; for Fifteen Law Professors by Joshua D. Sarnoff, pro se; for the Institute of Professional Representatives Before the European Patent Office by Mr. Liebman; for the Intellectual Property Amicus Brief Clinic of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property, University of New Hampshire School of Law by, Ann M. McCrackin; for Invitae Corp.by William P. Atkins; for the Juhasz Law Firm, P. C., by Paul R. Juhasz; for Lynch Syndrome International by Gideon A. Schor; for MPEG LA, LLC, by Daryl L. Joseffer, Kenneth H. Sonnenfeld, and Lawrence A. Horn; for the Philadelphia Intellectual Property Law Association by Paul F. Prestia and Brian S. Seal; for Sigram Schindler Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH by Chidambaram S. Iyer; for Target Discovery, Inc., by David S. Forman, Courtney B. Casp, Victoria S. Lee, and Amelia F. Baur; for Ananda Mohan Chakrabarty by Jonathan E. Singer and Craig E. Countryman; for Eric S. Lander by Gideon A. Schor; and for James D. Watson by Matthew J. Dowd and James Wallace.

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No. 12–167, United States v. Davila

Argued April 15, 2013

                Eric J. Feigin argued the cause for the United States.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Keneally, Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben, Frank P. Cihlar, S. Robert Lyons, and Deborah K. Snyder.

                Robert M. Yablon argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were E. Joshua Rosenkranz and Robert M. Loeb.

                Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers by John B. Owens, Daniel B. Levin, and Jonathan Hacker; for Scholars and Practitioners of Legal and Judicial Ethics et al. by Thomas S. Jones, Margaret C. Gleason, and Bruce Green; and for 57 Criminal Law and Procedure Professors by Daryl L. Joseffer, Alison Siegler, pro se, and Erica Zunkel.

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No. 11–889, Tarrant Regional Water District v. Herrmann et al.

Argued April 23, 2013

                Charles A. Rothfeld argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Timothy S. Bishop, Michael B. Kimberly, Kevin L. Patrick, Scott C. Miller, Clyde A. Muchmore, Harvey D. Ellis, and L. Mark Walker.

                Ann O’Connell argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging vacatur.  With her on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Moreno, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, and Mary Gabrielle Sprague.

                Lisa S. Blatt argued the cause for respondents.  With her on the brief were E. Scott Pruitt, Attorney General of Oklahoma, Patrick R. Wyrick, Solicitor General, Andrew T. Karron, R. Reeves Anderson, and Charles T. DuMars.

                Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the State of Texas by Greg Abbott, Attorney General of Texas, Evan S. Greene, Assistant Solicitor General, Daniel T. Hodge, First Assistant Attorney General, and Jonathan F. Mitchell, Solicitor General; for the City of Arlington, Texas, et al. by Mark T. Stancil; for the City of Dallas, Texas, by Thomas C. Goldstein, Kevin R. Amer, Thomas P. Perkins, Jr., and Christopher D. Bowers; for the City of Irving, Texas, et al. by Douglas G. Caroom and Dale E. Cottingham; for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce et al. by Erik S. Jaffe; for the North Texas Commission by Michael J. Booth; for the North Texas Municipal Water District by R. Lambeth Townsend; for the Texas Water Conservation Association by Andrew S. Miller; for the Upper Trinity Regional Water District by Patrick O. Waddel, J. David Jorgenson, and G. Steven Stidham; and for Olen Paul Matthews et al. by Joel D. Bertocchi.

                Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the State of Colorado et al. by John Suthers, Attorney General of Colorado, Daniel D. Domenico, Solicitor General, Frederick R. Yarger, Assistant Solicitor General, Casey Shpall, Deputy Attorney General, Karen Kwon, First Assistant Attorney General, and Shanti Rosset O’Donovan, Assistant Attorney General, and by the Attorneys General and other officials for their respective States as follows: Lawrence G. Wasden, Attorney General of Idaho, Gregory F. Zoeller, Attorney General of Indiana, Bill Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan, Catherine Cortez Masto, Attorney General of Nevada, Gary K. King, Attorney General of New Mexico, and Stephen R. Farris, Assistant Attorney General, and John E. Swallow, Attorney General of Utah; for the State of Louisiana et al. by James D. “Buddy” Caldwell, Attorney General of Louisiana, Ryan M. Seidemann and Megan K. Terrell, Assistant Attorneys General, and Sam Kalen, and by Dustin McDaniel, Attorney General of Arkansas, Charles L. Moulton, Senior Assistant Attorney General, and Kendra Akin Jones, Assistant Attorney General; for the City of Oklahoma City et al. by Brian M. Nazarenus and Susan M. Ryan; for the Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations by Michael Burrage, Bob Rabon, Douglas B. L. Endreson, and Stephen H. Greetham; for the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association by L. William Staudenmaier; for Oklahomans for Responsible Water Policy by Larry Derryberry and Jason Aamodt; for Professors of Law and Political Science by Kannon K. Shanmugam and James M. McDonald; and for the Republican River Water Conservation District et al. by David W. Robbins, Dennis M. Montgomery, and Peter J. Ampe.

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No. 11–798, American Trucking Assns., Inc. v. City of Los Angeles, California, et al.

Argued April 16, 2013

                Daniel N. Lerman argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Roy T. Englert, Jr., Alan Untereiner, Prasad Sharma, and Richard Pianka.

                John F. Bash argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Delery, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, Mark B. Stern, Robert S. Rivkin, Paul M. Geier, Peter J. Plocki, Christopher S. Perry, T. F. Scott Darling III, and Debra S. Straus.

                Steven S. Rosenthal argued the cause for respondents.  With him on the brief for respondent City of Los Angeles et al. were Alan K. Palmer, Susanna Y. Chu, Joy M. Crose, and Simon M. KannMelissa Lin Perrella and David Pettit filed a brief for respondent Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., et al.

                Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for Airlines for America by Robert K. Spotswood and Emily J. Tidmore; for the California Construction Trucking Association by Patrick J. Whalen; for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America by Jeffrey Bossert Clark, Aditya Bamzai, Robin S. Conrad, Kate Comerford Todd, and Sheldon Gilbert; and for the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association, Inc., et al. by Paul D. Cullen, Jr.

                Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the State of California et al. by Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General of California, Susan Duncan Lee, Acting State Solicitor General, Karin S. Schwartz, Supervising Deputy Attorney General, Craig J. Konnoth, Deputy Solicitor General, and Susan Durbin, Deputy Attorney General, and by Robert W. Ferguson, Attorney General of Washington; for Airports Council International-North America by W. Eric Pilsk and Thomas R. Devine; for the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce by Albert Giang; and for the National Organization of Counties et al. by Michael Burger and Lisa E. Soronen.

                John C. Eastman and Anthony T. Caso filed a brief for the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence et al. as amici curiae.

 

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