Court of Appeals orders plaintiffs to respond to Maryland’s request for a decision in Purple Line case

It appears that the federal Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. may be moving at a swifter pace than the federal District Court in the handling of the long-running Purple Line lawsuit. On Wednesday, the Court of Appeals ordered the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, filed in 2014, to respond by 4 p.m. Tuesday to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh’s request that the appeals court force federal Judge Richard Leon to issue a ruling in the case. (Bethesda)

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