I saw this in an off-topic posting on comp.sys.hp.mpe (the newsgroup for HP 3000 systems):
As an update, the US Supreme Court declined to get involved in the Texas redistricting issue, as was predicted, and to the great disappointment of the Texas 'rats, the November election will make the Texas congressional delegation in the US House look more like the current voting pattern in Texas. In other words, Republican gerrymandering has undone the 'rats gerrymandering. There will be a swing of about 7 votes in the House.
About freaking time. There's no reason the Democrat-biased districts in Texas should have even lasted this long.