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Cordiani wrote in his papers to the nation’s high court.
Fortunately, the high court ruled 6-3 to halt the execution.
The high court could also choose to delay the March primary elections.
The nation's highest court has ruled that intellectually disabled persons can't be subject to the deathpenalty.
When that 90-day ban expired, Trump issued a third iteration of the ban (set to go into effect Wednesday) and the high court dropped the earlier case.
Instead, the high court sent the case back to the appeals court for reconsideration.
The high court declined Wednesday to take up an appeal by the San Diego County Water Authority, leaving in place an appellate ruling that sided largely with the rival Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
The state’s high court ruled Monday that the new school finance system the Legislature passed this spring doesn’t pass muster and provides neither adequate nor equitable funding.
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