Link to the Opinion of the Court in Rucho v Common Cause and linked cases.
The Supreme Court rules that partisan gerrymandering claims are a non-justiciable political question and remanded the cases to the District Courts with orders to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction.
Because of the nature of this appeal, that means that all partisan gerrymandering court orders nation wide are rendered null and void and states may resume their previous gerrymandered districts if they so wish.
This does NOT affect STATE Court anti-gerrymandering orders, such as those in Florida and Pennsylvania. Those will stand. State Courts may continue to adjudicate partisan political gerrymandering claims.
Racial gerrymanders will still be subject to adjudication in Federal Court.