The Georgia Supreme Court has unanimously thrown out the challenge to Senate District 46. The Court said that as long as the latest census figures are used, the General Assembly can redistrict as much as it likes.
Thus, as was the case under the 1976 Constitution, so long as the latest census figures are used, nothing in Art. III, Sec. II, Par. II [of the Georgia Constitution] unequivocally prevents the General Assembly from apportioning contiguous territory into Senate and House districts as frequently as a majority of its members determines is expedient.