Separate lawsuits contesting Georgia’s districts are still pending.
In one Georgia case, a three-judge panel of federal judges found "compelling" evidence that race dominated the process of redrawing legislative districts in 2015, but the plaintiffs couldn't refute testimony that decisions were based on partisanship rather than race. The judges declined to grant an injunction June 1 and the case is still ongoing.
Another lawsuit filed last week in Georgia and two other Southern states argues that congressional districts disempower African-American voters. That complaint is based on the Voting Rights Act, which prohibits voting discrimination against racial minorities.