(Reuters) – A federal appeals courtroom handed a get to the U.S. Property of Representatives on Friday, declaring the Democratic-led chamber could progress with a lawsuit demanding President Donald Trump’s diversion of resources to shell out for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Reversing a decreased court docket choose, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit said in a 3- choice that the Residence had lawful standing to sue Trump for utilizing dollars to construct the wall that was appropriated by Congress for other applications. 

The case now returns to a decreased court docket, wherever House Democrats will argue that diverting the money violated the separation of powers doctrine laid out in the U.S. Structure.