- Docket No.
- Appellate Court
- Second Circuit
- Stop the government from implementing program to expand access to COVID-19 treatments.
Why this Matters:
The plaintiffs allege that efforts New York City pursued to ensure that communities of color had robust access to certain treatments for COVID-19 violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected communities of color and various structural barriers have made it difficult for those communities to receive certain COVID-19 treatments compared to their white counterparts.
Restrictions on the ability for policymakers to address gaps in treatment access for communities of color would hamper measures aimed at narrowing disparate health outcomes.
18 Major Filings
- DENIAL of Petition for Writ of Certiorari (Jun 30, 2023)
- SUPREME COURT NOTICE (Feb 10, 2023)
- JUDGMENT MANDATE, ISSUED (Dec 6, 2022)
- SUMMARY ORDER AND JUDGMENT (Nov 15, 2022)
- CASE CALENDARING (Oct 25, 2022)
- Motion order granting motion to assign (Oct 25, 2022)
- Opposition to motion to assign (Sep 19, 2022)
- Motion (Sep 15, 2022)
- Appellant Reply Brief (Jun 30, 2022)
- Amicus Brief National Medical Association (Jun 23, 2022)
- Appellee Brief (Jun 16, 2022)
- Appellee Brief Filed (Jun 16, 2022)
- MOTION ORDER (Jun 15, 2022)
- OPPOSITION TO MOTION (Jun 13, 2022)
- MOTION to extend time (Jun 8, 2022)
- Appellant Brief (May 17, 2022)
- Appellant Brief and Appendix (May 12, 2022)
- Notice of Appeal (Mar 24, 2022)