Federal court hearing marks far west native title controversy
SATURDAY, Nov. 16, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
On November 15, 2016, the U.S. District Court for the District of South Dakota (the “Court”) issued a preliminary injunction and final judgment requiring, among other things, that the Indian Child Tax Credit (ICTC) be removed from the state of South Dakota. Further information on the ICTC can be found at http://www.senor.us/docs/2016/031511-20141030-DSC_INCAK.pdf.
In respon바카라se to today’s proceedings, the State seeks to have the district court’s order entered into permanent injunction, and in a more limited manner and under less significant conditions than were set forth in the preliminary injunction. Under the injunctions, a temporary restraining order is also requested, and, if the restraining orders are found to be without merit, relief from these injunctions should be sought from the circuit court. Specifically, the State seeks a summary judgment for all of plaintiffs’ injunctive relief, as well as a temporary injunction that: (i) temporarily blocks the ICTC and its effects, (ii) directs the IC바카라TC to begin paying its full amount on or about July 1, 2016, and (iii) directs the court to enjoin the implementation of a number of provisions of the ICTC.
A hearing on the motion for summary judgment was conducted and filed by the State, on January 19, 2017, a우리카지노nd is set for December 25, 2017. The status and status of any final appeal is not yet available. Any motion for summary judgment will be determined on its own merit and shall be denied upon the filing of notice of appeal and a motion to reconsider. On appeal, the motion for summary judgment will be assigned to the circuit court of appeals. If any question may arise as to whether any part of this case should be heard or determined by the circuit court of appeals, the motion to reconsider must be filed within 60 days of the date the motion for summary judgment is first filed, if any. A written briefing will be filed with the district court by the State and the district attorney on all questions on appeal that are related to the final order of the Court.
For more information on the ICTC and other child tax credits, or on the status and status of the civil cases, contact:
Wendy J. Rabin, Chief Deputy Attorney General, 503