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Texas: Tom DeLay must remain on ballot, 5th Circuit rules

Reuter reports: A U.S. Appeals Court rejected a request by Tom DeLay, the indicted former House of Representatives Republican leader, to have his name taken off the November congressional ballot, according to a report on the Houston Chronicle Web site on Thursday. -- Court says DeLay stays on Tex. ballot: report | Politics News | Reuters.com

The docket entries say (in Texas Democratic, et al v. Benkiser, #: 06-50812):
8/3/06 Opinion filed. Issd in T form? Y Mandate pull date is
8/24/06. [06-50812] (rmf)

8/3/06 Judgment entered and filed. [06-50812] (rmf)

8/3/06 COURT Order filed denying appellant's motion for stay
pending appeal [5515526-1], denying appellant's motion for
stay pending appeal [5515526-2], denying appellant's motion
for stay pending appeal [5500986-1](HANDLED IN
OPINION)(FPB,JLD,EBC) Copies to all counsel. [06-50812] (rmf)

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