Less than a week after U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions sued California to block the state’s immigration sanctuary laws, the judge assigned to the case on Monday told lawyers for both sides to knock off the squabbling over scheduling.

U.S. District Judge John Mendez of the Eastern District of California issued an order Monday telling lawyers for the U.S. Justice Department and California’s attorney general “not to file any further statements, responses or arguments … not specifically authorized or requested by the court.”

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