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The San Antonio court entered an order this afternoon telling parties that the court’s scheduling orders would remain in place “in the absence of a general agreement between all Plaintiffs and the State of Texas.”

In short, it does not appear the court is inclined - at this time at least - to move up its schedule for drawing interim maps unless the parties can reach a complete agreement.

Under the court’s previously announced schedule, a hearing on interim maps is set for Wednesday, February 15, at 8 a.m.

A copy of the court’s order here.