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HOLTZMAN V. SCHLESINGER, 414 U. S. 1304 (1973)

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Holtzman v. Schlesinger, 414 U.S. 1304 (1973)

Holtzman v. Schlesinger

No. A-150

Decided August 1, 1973

414 U.S. 1304


Application to vacate stay of Court of Appeals' order staying District Court's permanent injunction prohibiting respondent Defense Department officials from "participating in any way in military activities in or over Cambodia or releasing any bombs which may fall in Cambodia" is denied, as MR. JUSTICE MARSHALL cannot say, in light of the complexity and importance of the issues posed, that the Court of Appeals abused its discretion. The highly controversial constitutional question involving the two other branches of the Government should follow the regular appellate procedures on the accelerated schedule suggested by the Court of Appeals.

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