Previous posts in this series:
- Ali vs Hogan Part 1: Saqib Ali Files Lawsuit Against Maryland Governor Hogan for Violating his Civil Rights
- Ali vs Hogan Part 2: Governor Hogan Files a Motion to Dismiss
- Ali vs Hogan Part 3: Ali Responds to Governor Hogan's Motion to Dismiss
- Ali vs Hogan Part 4: Governor Hogan and Attorney General Frosh file Another Set of Responses on the Motion To Dismiss
- Ali vs Hogan Part 5: Ali Tells Court About Judge's Favorable Ruling in a Similar Case in Texas
- Ali vs Hogan Part 6: Oral Arguments on Hogan's Motion to Dismiss
- Ali vs Hogan Part 7: Judge Grants Hogan's Motion to Dismiss Ali's Lawsuit
- Ali vs Hogan Part 8: Ali files an Amended Complaint
- Ali vs Hogan Part 9: Hogan & Frosh File Motions to Dismiss against Ali's Amended Complaint
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Today my legal team responded to the Hogan and Frosh's latest Motions to Dismiss. In this motion, we argue that:
- I do not need to, and in fact cannot, submit a bid.
- The Governor cannot interpret away Section B.
- Section C is independently unconstitutional
- The Executive Order is unconstitutionally void for vagueness even under the Governor’s interpretation.
- My claim is not barred by the 11th amendment to the Constitution
- Section B violates the First Amendment.
- Section B is void for vagueness.
- The Attorney General is a proper defendant.
Our motion is shown below.
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