Calling the decision “very procedural,” the campaign of Bernie Sanders officially served the Democratic National Committee its lawsuit over the December decision by the DNC to suspend their access to party voter files after a data breach:
The DNC temporarily revoked the campaign's access in mid-December to all voter information after a staffer inappropriately accessed voter data compiled by Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver said the DNC was holding the data "hostage." Access was eventually restored and one Sanders staffer was fired.
The court filing on Thursday signaled the desire for an amicable resolution.
Hopefully this will be quickly resolved.