Opponents of a congressional move to split the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals were feeling good Monday after Republicans dropped a rider from a budget cuts bill that would have broken the circuit into two.

“I think it’s very good news, and I’m very relieved because this was a matter of great concern to our judges,” 9th Circuit Chief Judge Mary Schroeder said Monday.

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