Redistricting Ruling Has Both Sides Looking at Next Steps
In a unanimous decision Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court decided to send the case back, finding those who argued for the plaintiffs had not demonstrated standing for the case in demonstrating harm.
"It's sort of weird, because we didn't lose but we didn't really win either. A loss would've been they said 'We kick you out and you lose your case.' but that didn't really happen," Ruth Greenwood, a senior legal counsel for Campaign Legal Center, which argued for the plaintiffs, said to WEAU 13 News on Monday.