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LCR v. USA Amicus Brief of National Legal Foundation

LCR v. USA Amicus Brief of National Legal Foundation

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LCR v. USA (DADT case) Amicus Brief of National Legal Foundation in support of reversing district court decision. Filed 3/4/2011
LCR v. USA (DADT case) Amicus Brief of National Legal Foundation in support of reversing district court decision. Filed 3/4/2011

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Nos. 10-56634, 10-56813IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALSFOR THE NINTH CIRCUITLOG CABIN REPUBLICANS,
Plaintiff-Appellee-Cross-Appellant 
,
v.UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and ROBERT M. GATES,Secretary of Defense, in his official capacity,
Defendant-Appellants-Cross-Appellees
.
On Appeal from the United States District CourtFor the Central District of CaliforniaBRIEF
AMICUS CURIAE
OFTHE NATIONAL LEGAL FOUNDATION,
in support of Defendant-Appellants-Cross-AppelleesUrging ReversalSteven W. FitschenCounsel of Record for
Amicus Curiae
 Douglas E. MyersThe National Legal Foundation2224 Virginia Beach Blvd., St. 204Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454Phone: (757) 463-6133Email: nlf@nlf.net
Case: 10-56634 03/04/2011 Page: 1 of 15 ID: 7669697 DktEntry: 64-1
 
 
FRAP RULE 26.1 DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
Amicus Curiae
, The National Legal Foundation has not issued shares to thepublic, and it has no parent company, subsidiary, or affiliate that has issued sharesto the public. Thus, no publicly held company can own more than 10% of stock.
Case: 10-56634 03/04/2011 Page: 2 of 15 ID: 7669697 DktEntry: 64-1
 
 
STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE WITH RULE 29(c)(5)
This Brief is submitted pursuant to Rule 29(a) of the Federal Rules of 
Appellate Procedure with the consent of all parties. No party‟s counsel authoredthis Brief in whole or in part; no party or party‟s counsel
contributed money thatwas intended to fund preparing or submitting the Brief; and no person other than
Amicus Curiae
The National Legal Foundation, its members, or its counselcontributed money that was intended to fund preparing or submitting the Brief.
Case: 10-56634 03/04/2011 Page: 3 of 15 ID: 7669697 DktEntry: 64-1

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