The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission has won another legal battle over the political boundaries it drew earlier this decade. It could be the final legal skirmish in the current commission's seven-year existence.

On Thursday, a Maricopa County Superior Court judge rejected challenges from a coalition of Republican voters that the commission used the wrong process in drawing boundaries for Arizona's nine congressional districts.

Joe Kanefield, one of the attorneys representing the commission, called it a "sweeping victory" because the judge sided with the commission on all the complaints.

"It's a broad victory, there's nothing left to litigate at this point," Kanefield said.

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