That's what standing means legally. Here is the legal definition of standing.
Definition of Standing in the Legal Dictionary by The Free Dictionarylegal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com
Texas and by extension any other state cannot sue another state to correct election fraud. From that I infer that it is each individual state's responsibility to deal with election fraud. That is my interpretation of the ruling.
Feel free to share your interpretation of the ruling.
You're jumping all over the place. How are you infering something? If there's election fraud you go about dealing with it the proper way. Texas (REPUBLICANS) can't sue another state about it's practices, especially when the source of the information was not factual and clearly bull****. The supreme court is wasting their time.
Texas’ lawsuit leaned heavily on discredited claims of election fraud in swing states. Election officials and U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr have said there is no evidence of election fraud on a scale that could have swayed the results
Even Trump's ******* people knew it was a bull**** lawsuit.
Honestly have you ever studied law in your life. How old are you.
This is the kind of ***t that is a waste of time because you're trying to figure out something while claiming that something is fraud and that the supreme court is allowing election fraud to take place. Dumbest ***t ever.