Case name is Texas Democratic Party, et al. v Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas, et al.
United States District Judge Fred Biery of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, sitting at San Antonio, issued an injunction requiring Texas to provide absentee ballots to all voters on demand for the remainder of the pandemic.
The Opinion of the Court linked to above is about 10 1/2 pages, the remainder of the 74 page document is appendixes relating to voting statistics relevant to the case.
Not at all unexpected. With large States like Florida using it without issue, there really isn’t any compelling evidence to the contrary.
Part of the order is as follows:
(5) All defendants and all their respective officers, agents, servants, employees, attorneys, and persons acting in concert of participation are enjoined from issuing any guidance, pronouncements, threats of criminal prosecution or orders, or otherwise taking any actions inconsistent with this Order. This Order does not prevent defendants and their agents and employees from prosecuting cases of voter fraud where evidence and probable cause exist;
Governor Abbott had threatened retaliation and criminal prosecution against any election official who complied with an earlier order by a State Judge regarding Universal Vote by Mail. This provision was placed to protect those workers.