The House redistricting fight is not over yet.
The Legislature and some Democrats are appealing a court-ordered plan for drawing new district boundaries for the state House of Representatives.
Lawyers for the Legislature and a group of Democrats and minority voters filed separate appeals Tuesday with the state Supreme Court and Court of Appeals seeking to overturn a redistricting decision by District Court Judge James Hall. The State Supreme Court will hear the case Feb. 7.
The judge earlier this month adopted a House plan advocated by Republican Gov. Susana Martinez and other GOP statewide officials.
In his ruling Judge Hall, adopted Executive Plan 3, which kept Los Alamos County intact.