A 3-judge panel unanimously found that the NC legislature had unconstitutionally gerrymandered federal house districts for partisan purposes. This was apparently the money quote, from the Republican who oversaw redistricting processes:
This despite the fact that Republicans won a bare majority of votes.
I’m certainly hoping this decision stands, and I hope that over the next several years we see hyperpartisan gerrymandering relegating to the dustbin of history alongside grandfather laws and literacy taxes. However, I don’t have a lot of knowledge about its chances–do other folks have more insight?