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Case TitleMilitary Religious Freedom Foundation v. Department of Veterans Affairs
DistrictDistrict of New Mexico
CityAlbuquerque
Case Number1:2022cv00775
Date Filed2022-10-18
Date ClosedOpen
JudgeMagistrate Judge John F. Robbenhaar
PlaintiffMilitary Religious Freedom Foundation
Case DescriptionThe Military Religious Freedom Foundation submitted a FOIA request to the Department of Veterans Affairs for records concerning the agency's contract with Choice Books to maintain retail book displays and/or sell its books at VA facilities. The agency acknowledged receipt of the request. After hearing nothing further from the agency, MRFF filed suit.
Complaint issues: Failure to respond within statutory time limit, Litigation - Attorney's fees

DefendantDepartment of Veterans Affairs
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2022-10-181COMPLAINT against Department of Veterans Affairs ( Filing Fee - Online Payment), filed by Military Religious Freedom Foundation. (Ward, Vincent) (Entered: 10/18/2022)
2022-10-182Filing fee: $ 402, receipt number ANMDC-8513319 re 1 COMPLAINT against Department of Veterans Affairs ( Filing Fee - Online Payment), filed by Military Religious Freedom Foundation. (Ward, Vincent) filed by Military Religious Freedom Foundation. (cmm) [THIS IS A TEXT-ONLY ENTRY. THERE ARE NO DOCUMENTS ATTACHED.] (Entered: 10/19/2022)
2022-10-19United States Magistrate Judge John F. Robbenhaar and United States Magistrate Judge Kirtan Khalsa assigned. (jg) (Entered: 10/19/2022)
2022-10-193PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that this case has been randomly assigned to United States Magistrate Judge John F. Robbenhaar to conduct dispositive proceedings in this matter, including motions and trial. Appeal from a judgment entered by a Magistrate Judge will be to the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. It is the responsibility of the case filer to serve a copy of this Notice upon all parties with the summons and complaint. Consent is strictly voluntary, and a party is free to withhold consent without adverse consequences. Should a party choose to consent, notice should be made no later than 21 days after entry of the Order setting the Rule 16 Initial Scheduling Conference. For e-filers, visit our Web site at www.nmd.uscourts.gov for more information and instructions. [THIS IS A TEXT-ONLY ENTRY. THERE ARE NO DOCUMENTS ATTACHED.] (jg) (Entered: 10/19/2022)
2022-10-194FILED IN ERROR-PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that this case has been randomly assigned to United States Magistrate Judge John F. Robbenhaar to conduct dispositive proceedings in this matter, including motions and trial. Appeal from a judgment entered by a Magistrate Judge will be to the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. It is the responsibility of the case filer to serve a copy of this Notice upon all parties with the summons and complaint. Consent is strictly voluntary, and a party is free to withhold consent without adverse consequences. Should a party choose to consent, notice should be made no later than 21 days after entry of the Order setting the Rule 16 Initial Scheduling Conference. For e-filers, visit our Web site at www.nmd.uscourts.gov for more information and instructions. [THIS IS A TEXT-ONLY ENTRY. THERE ARE NO DOCUMENTS ATTACHED.] (jg) Modified on 10/20/2022 (dr). (Entered: 10/19/2022)
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