The opinion of the court was delivered by: James P. Hutton United States Magistrate Judge
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION TO ORDER STAY OF PROCEEDINGS
It appears petitioner's habeas petition raises issues which will be decided by the Ninth Circuit in Hayward v. Marshall, 512 F. 3d 536, rehrg en banc granted, 527 F.3d 797 (9th Cir. 2008), Case No. 06-55392.
Accordingly, on January 30, 2009, the court directed the parties to show cause on or before February 20, 2009, why this matter should not be stayed temporarily pending the final disposition of the en banc rehearing granted in Hayward v. Marshall, 527 F.3d 797');">527 F. 3d 797 (9th Cr. 2008). (Ct. Rec. 29.)
Petitioner, through counsel, states he has no opposition to the proposed stay. (Ct. Rec. 31.) Counsel for respondent similarly does not object to the proposed stay. (Ct. Rec. 32.)
Based on the review of the record and the parties' agreement, this Court finds that a temporary stay is appropriate. Accordingly,
IT IS HEREBY RECOMMENDED:
1. The Court issue a stay of proceedings pending the final disposition of the en banc rehearing granted in Hayward v. Marshall, 527 F.3d 797 (9th Cir. 2008).
2. The District Court Executive is directed to enter this Report and Recommendation and provide a copy to counsel and to the referring judge.
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