TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Mar 1, 2018
Yesterday the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati rejected a petition for rehearing in the case of Tracy v. Hargett, in which the plaintiffs claimed the state had counted the votes in the 2014 Amendment 1 ballot measure in a way that violated their constitutional rights. The court stated that the three-judge panel that issued the original ruling in January had fully considered all the issues raised in the petition for rehearing and that no judge of the full court had requested further review by the entire court.