A yearslong fight by House lawyers to get former President Donald Trump’s financial records landed back in federal D.C. trial court Thursday, a year after the Supreme Court weighed in on the case.

The subpoena to Trump’s accounting firm, Mazars, has been litigated since it was issued in 2019. In a 7-2 ruling last year, the justices crafted a test on how Congress could subpoena a sitting president’s personal papers.