We were all waiting for July 11, 2019 the court date for the preliminary injunction regarding whether or not TN registrants would be allowed to continue to reside in their homes with minor children.
July 10th 2019 an Agreed Order Extending the Temporary Restraining Order, was filed in The United States District Court for The Middle District of TN At Nashville.
What should have been a slam-dunk win for registrants, even according to the judge who stated “plaintiffs have demonstrated a strong or substantial likelihood of success on the merits of their claims” now appears to be an upcoming constitutional challenge by the state of TN, or, as I prefer to view it, maybe our chance for a bigger win!
The Temporary Restraining Order at hand was set to expire on July 12, 2019 at 12PM.
The Defendants consented to an extension of the terms of the Temporary Restraining Order so that the Court’s hearing on the Plaintiffs’ motion for an injunction is consolidated with the trial on the merits of this case. (This is in the interest of simplicity and judicial economy.) The Plaintiffs’ agreed to the extension.
The Temporary Restraining Order will continue in effect through the trial with all terms of the original Temporary Restraining Order in effect for all those affected by this new law.
For now, registrants may remain in their homes, with their families and not worry about being forced out by this punitive law.
If there was ever a time for a CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT, maybe this is it!