307 F.3d - Volume 307 of the Federal Reporter, 3rd Series

Anthony Ruggiano, Jr., Appellant, v. R.m. Reish, Warden
Date: September 19, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 121
Willard Buskirk, Appellant v. Apollo Metals; Pma Insurance Group
Date: September 20, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 160
Berwind Corporation v. Commissioner of Social Security; United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Michael H. Holland; William P. Hobgood; Marty D. Hudson; Thomas O.s. Rand; Elliot A. Segal; Carl E. Vanhorn; Gail R. Wilensky, As Trustees of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; the United Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan; A. Frank Dunham, As Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan; United States of Americaunited Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund, Michael H. Holland, William P. Hobgood, Marty D. Hudson, Thomas O.s. Rand, Elliot A. Segal, Carl E. Vanhorn, Gail R. Wilensky, the United Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan, A. Frank Dunham, United States of America, Appellantsberwind Corporation, Appellant v. Commissioner of Social Security; United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Michael H. Holland; William P. Hobgood; Marty D. Hudson; Thomas O.s. Rand; Elliot A. Segal; Carl E. Vanhorn; Gail R. Wilensky, As Trustees of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; the United Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan; A. Frank Dunham, As Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan; United States of Americaberwind Corporation v. Commissioner of Social Security; United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Michael H. Holland; William P. Hobgood; Marty D. Hudson; Thomas O.s. Rand; Elliot A. Segal; Carl E. Vanhorn; Gail R. Wilensky, As Trustees of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; the United Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan; A. Frank Dunham, As Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan; United States of America Commissioner of Social Security, Appellant
Date: October 2, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 222
Leamon White, Appellant, v. al Luebbers, Appellee
Date: October 11, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 722
Leon Jenkins, Appellant, v. Southern Farm Bureau Casualty, Appellee
Date: October 15, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 741
Linda J. Hook, Appellant, v. State of Iowa, Appellee
Date: October 22, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 756
National Audubon Society, Inc.; Golden Gate Audubon Society, Inc.; Marin Audubon Society, Inc.; Muir Beach Enviro, Inc.; California Waterfowl Association, Inc., Plaintiffs-appellees, Andnational Trappers Association, Inc.; California Trappers Association, Inc.; Tim Wion; Christopher S. Brennan; Loyd E. Horn, Intervenors, v. Gray Davis, Governor of California; Douglas Wheeler, Resources Secretary, State of California; Jacqueline E. Schafer, Director, Cdfg; California Department of Fish & Game; California Fish & Game Commission, Defendants, Andann M. Veneman,* U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gary Simmons, California State Director, Wildlife Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Jamie Clark Rappaport, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Anne Badgley, Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Appellees,am Soc Prev Cruelty; Protect Pets and Wildlife/vote Yes on Proposition 4; Animal Protection Institute; the Ark Trust, Inc.; Doris Day Animal League; the Fund for Animals; Thehumane Society of the United States; International Fund for Animal Welfare, Defendants-intervenors-appellants.national Audubon Society, Inc.; Golden Gate Audubon Society, Inc.; Marin Audubon Society, Inc.; Muir Beach Enviro, Inc.; California Waterfowl Association, Inc., Plaintiffs, Andnational Trappers Association, Inc.; California Trappers Association, Inc.; Tim Wion; Christopher S. Brennan; Loyd E. Horn, Intervenors-appellants, v. Gray Davis, Governor of California; Douglas Wheeler, Resources Secretary, State of California; Jacqueline E. Schafer, Director, Cdfg; California Department of Fish & Game; California Fish & Game Commission, Defendants-appellees, Andann M. Veneman, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gary Simmons, California State Director, Wildlife Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gale A. Norton, Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior; Jamie Clark Rappaport, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Anne Badgley, Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Robert Stanton, Director, National Park Service, Appellees,am Soc Prev Cruelty; Protect Pets and Wildlife/vote Yes on Proposition 4; Animal Protection Institute; the Ark Trust, Inc.; Doris Day Animal League; the Fund for Animals; the Humane Society of the United States; International Fund for Animal Welfare, Defendants-intervenors-appellees.national Audubon Society, Inc.; Golden Gate Audubon Society, Inc.; Marin Audubon Society, Inc.; Muir Beach Enviro, Inc.; California Waterfowl Association, Inc., Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Gray Davis, Governor of California; Mary D. Nichols, Resources Secretary, State of California; Robert C. Hight, Director of the California Department of Fish and Game; California Department of Fish and Game; California Fish & Game Commission, Defendants-appellants,ann M. Veneman, Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gary Simmons, California State Director, Wildlife Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gale A. Norton,** Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior; Jamie Clark Rappaport, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Robert Stanton, Director, National Park Service, Appellees,american Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; Animal Protection Institute; the Ark Trust, Inc.; Doris Day Animal League; the Fund for Animals; Humane Society of the United States; Protect Pets and Wildlife/vote Yes on Proposition 4; the International Fund for Animal Welfare, Defendants-intervenors-appellees
Date: September 24, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 835
City of Los Angeles, California; City of San Antonio, Texas; City of Inglewood, California; County of Santa Clara, California; City of Stamford, Connecticut; Laura Chick, Individually; Laura Chick, in Her Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Mike Feuer, Individually; Mike Feuer, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Mike Hernandez, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Nate Holden, Individually; Nate Holden, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Cindy Miscikowsky, Individually; Cindy Miscikowsky, in Her Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Nick Pacheco, Individually; Nick Pacheco, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Alex Padilla, Individually; Alex Padilla, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Rita Walters, Individually; Rita Walters, in Her Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Mark Ridley-thomas, Individually; Mark Ridley-thomas, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Fernando Ferrer, Individually; Fernando Ferrer, in His Official Capacity As President of Bronx Borough, New York, New York; County of Los Angeles; City and County of San Francisco; Bronx Borough, New York City, New York; Brooklyn Borough, New York City, New York; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Toledo, Ohio; San Jose, California; Cruz M. Bustamante, Individually; Cruz M. Bustamante, in His Official Capacity As Lieutenant Governor for the State of California; Ruth Galanter, Individually; Ruth Galanter, in Her Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Carelton S. Finkbeiner, Individually; Carelton S. Finkbeiner, in His Official Capacity As Mayor of Toledo, Ohio; Peter F. Vallone,individually; Peter F. Vallone, in His Official Capacity As Speaker of the New York City Council; C. Virginia Fields, Individually; C. Virginia Fields, in Her Official Capacity As President of Manhattan Borough, New York City, New York; the New York Council; City of Chicago, Illinois; Michael Madigan, Individually; Michael J. Madigan, in His Official Capacity As Minority Leader of the Illinois Senate; Emil Jones, Jr., Individually; Emil Jones, Jr., in His Official Capacity As Minority Leader of the Illinois Senate; John H. Stroger, Jr., Individually; John H. Stroger, Jr., in His Official Capacity As President of the Cook County Board of Commissioners; Claire Schulman, Individually; Claire Schulman, in Her Official Capacity As President of Queens Borough, New York City, New York, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United States Department of Commerce; Donald Evans, Secretary of the Department of Commerce, in His Official Capacity, Defendants-appellees
Date: September 27, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 859
Southwest Center for Biological Diversity, a Non-profit Corporation; Forest Guardians, Plaintiffs-appellants, Andsouthwest Trout, a Non-profit Corporation; Sky-island Watch, an Unincorporated Association, Plaintiffs,arizona Cattle Growers' Association, an Arizona Non-profit Corporation; Coalition of Arizona and New Mexico Counties for Stable Economic, a Non-profit Organization; Catron County, New Mexico; James K. Chilton; Susan E. Chilton, Intervenors, v. United States Forest Service; John Bedell, Apache-sitgreaves National Forest Supervisor; Fred Trevey, Coconino National Forest Supervisor; John Mcgee, Colorado National Forest Supervisor; Abel Camarena, Gila National Forest Supervisor; Mike King, Prescott National Forest Supervisor; Charles Bazan, Tonto National Forest Supervisor, Defendants-appellees, v. Abe Martinez; Lydia Martinez; Daniel Glickman; Michael Dombeck; Eleanor Towns; Bruce Babbit; Jamie Rappaport Clark; Nancy Kaufman, Cross-defendants-appellees.southwest Center for Biological Diversity, a Non-profit Corporation; Southwest Trout, a Non-profit Corporation; Sky-island Watch, an Unincorporated Association, Plaintiffs-appellees,arizona Cattle Growers' Association, an Arizona Non-profit Association, Intervenor-appellant, Andcoalition of Arizona and New Mexico Counties for Stable Economic, a Non-profit Organization; Catron County, New Mexico; James K. Chilton; Susan Chilton, Intervenors, v. United States Forest Service, and in Their Official Capacities: John Bedell, Apache-sitgreaves National Forest Supervisor; Fred Trevey, Coconino National Forest Supervisor; John Mcgee, Coronado National Forest Supervisor; Abel Camarena, Gila National Forest Supervisor; Mike King, Prescott National Forest Supervisor; Charles Bazan, Tonto National Forest Supervisor, Defendants-appellees, v. New Mexico Cattle Growers Association, Cross-claimant-appellee, v. Abe Martinez; Lydia Martinez; Daniel Glickman; Micheal Dombeck; Eleanor Towns; Bruce Babbit; Jamie Rappaport Clark; Nancy Kaufman, Cross-defendants-appellees
Date: October 2, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 964
Gulf Power Company; Alabama Power Company, et al., Petitioners, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.commonwealth Edison Company, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States of America, Respondents.potomac Electric Power Company, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.texas Utilities Electric Company, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.union Electric Company, D.b.a. Amerenue, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.american Electric Power Services Corporation, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.duke Energy Corporation, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.virginia Electric and Power Company, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.carolina Power & Light Company, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.duquesne Light Company, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.duquesne Light Company, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.tampa Electric Company, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents.florida Power & Light Company, Petitioner, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, Respondents
Date: September 30, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 1317