The Texas Supreme Court today issued a ruling in a class action suit — eight days after plaintiffs in that case sued the high court’s nine justices in federal court over the delay in reaching a decision.

The plaintiffs in Marketing on Hold Inc., et al. v. Jefferson, et al., filed Feb. 11 in the U.S. District Court for the Western District in Austin, allege in their original complaint that the state Supreme Court’s delay in deciding the interlocutory appeal of the class certification order has denied their constitutional rights to due process. The Harris County Hospital District joined Marketing on Hold in filing the federal suit.

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