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06-4575 - Redding v Hanlon et al


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06-4575 - Redding v Hanlon et al
February 15, 2008
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REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION 1. That the Redding's claims against the Defendant Joanne Paulson be dismissed, for failure to effect service of process, but without prejudice. 2. That the Motion of the CMS Defendants to Dismiss 30 beGRANTED, but without prejudice. 3. That the Motion of the State Defendants to Dismiss 36 be GRANTED in part, except for the following claims, which should be allowed to proceed: a) Redding's Eighth Amendment claims against Jones, Knott, Opsahl, Pohlmann, and Schleis, for intentional interference with prescribed medical treatment. b) Redding's MHRA claim against Jones for sexual harassment. c) Redding's Eighth Amendment claim against Johnson for delay of medical treatment. d) Redding's Fourteenth Amendment claim against Schleis, for denial of equal protection under the law. Objections to R&R due by 3/3/2008. Signed by Chief Mag. Judge Raymond L. Erickson on 02/15/2008. (jz)
March 19, 2008
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ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re 74 Report and Recommendation; 30 Motion of the CMS Defendants to Dismiss is GRANTED, but WITHOUT PREJUDICE; 36 Motion of the State Defendants to Dismiss, is GRANTED IN PART(Written Opinion). Signed by Judge Donovan W. Frank on 3/19/08. (GMO)