The Fifth Circuit denied the stay application in the appeal of the DOJ’s lawsuit against SB8, stating:While the referenced Fifth Circuit opinion primarily focused on Ex Parte Young (not relevant in a suit by the US, see West Virginia v. United States, 479 U.S. 305 (1987)), it made other observations about justiciability that this order suggests will now be central in the resolution of the merits. Professor Steve Vladeck further analyzes the relationship of the two cases in a recent Twitter thread.






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