Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Kevin Hayden Theriot, David Christopher LaPlante, Joel L. Oster, James M. Jenkins, Leawood, KS, Stephen Gilbert Sanders, Kansas City, for Appellants, Missourians Against Human Cloning, David W. Mason, Sarah E. Mason, William P. Biermann, Tammy Coleman, Mary S. Weber.
Lawrence Alan Weber, Jefferson City, Bernard C. Huger, Lucie Furstenber Huger, St. Louis, Kevin Francis Hormuth, St. Louis, for Appellants, Bishops Robert Finn, John Gaydos, Raymond Burke, Robert Hermann, John Leibrecht, Raymond Boland.
Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon, Atty. Gen., Karen King Mitchell, Deputy Atty. Gen., Heidi Christine Doerhoff, Daniel Y. Hall, Asst. Attys. Gen., Jefferson City, for Respondent Secretary of State, Robin Carnahan.
Ann Kettering Covington, St. Louis, David A. Welte, Cathy Joy Pitman Dean, Kansas City, for Respondent John Danforth.
George Alex Bartlett, Charles William Hatfield, Jefferson City, for Thomas Eagleton and Donn Rubin.
James Bernard Deutsch, Jefferson City, for Jeffrey McCaffrey and Cynthia Kramer.
The cause was argued by Joel L. Oster for appellants MAHC, by Kevin Hormuth for the intervenor Bishops, and by Karen King Mitchell for Respondent Secretary of State.
Before SMART, P.J., and HOWARD and HOLLIGER, JJ.
Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.
Motion for Rehearing and/or Transfer to Supreme Court Denied April 25, 2006.
VICTOR C. HOWARD, Judge.
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