No, the plaintiff really didn't have standing.
I hate legal technicalities as much as the next person, nevertheless, they exist and are applied broadly.
SCOTUS did not affirm this new Texas law. Legal and legislative remedies still exist.
#22 | POSTED BY BELLRINGER
That's not what the Supreme Court said.
They instead indicated the law was complex insofar as it covered ordinary citizens filing these lawsuits against abortion providers. Therefore the 5 wouldn't grant the injunction because there wasn't a "strong showing" that the applicants would "likely succeed on the merits."
Which is ironic because the Court already decided the State couldn't delegate enforcement of laws prohibiting abortion like this way back in 1976.