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In a petition filed Sunday, the ACLU asked the court for an emergency rehearing of the panel's Friday order.
Kilmartin’s spokeswoman said Tuesday that the office plans to file papers to the court supporting the Newport congregation’s petition for a rehearing by Sept. 12.
Attorneys for the water district petitioned the state Supreme Court for a rehearing.
And a mishandled university hearing dragged out the situation and forced a rehearing.
The appeals court seldom grants so-called en banc rehearings of cases, but can if a majority of the judges agree to do so.
The case was first presented to the court last year without receiving a decision, requiring a rehearing before the full nine-member court that now includes Justice Neil M. Gorsuch.
Las Vegas attorney Jacob Hafter filed a petition for rehearing on his behalf late Thursday.
In February of this year, the Missouri Supreme Court unanimously voted to uphold the wage increase, but it was stalled again after opponents filed for a rehearing.
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