The United States Supreme Court is declining to hear the last remaining 2020 election fraud cases filed by pro-Trump attorney Lin Wood.
One case challenged the Wisconsin Election Commission's changes to absentee voting policies without legislative approval before the 2020 election.
When a request for "certiorari" is filed, it's a process that asks the Court to clarify a matter of importance or conflicting laws. The Court entered an order denying certiorari in the Wood case.
The Supreme Court does not have to hear any case brought before it and declines to hear most.
The Supreme Court denied a related election fraud case filed by Wood in the same order.