Wall Street Journal (A subscription - which I don't have - is required to access the full WSJ article.)
The Supreme Court didn't issue a landmark decision Monday, but it did shoot off a couple of flares. Notably, the Court rebuked the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals for again flouting its precedents ...
Thompson filed a petition for certiorari in a case involving limitations on political contributions in Alaska. On Monday, the Supreme Court granted the cert petition.
... Applying Circuit precedent, the Ninth Circuit ... declined to apply our precedent ... In light of all the foregoing, the petition for certiorari is granted, the judgment of the Court of Appeals is vacated, and the case is remanded for that court to revisit ... our ... precedents.
So SCOTUS vacated the CA9 decision for not adhering to SCOTUS precedent. But rather than hear the case themselves, they sent it back to CA9 to do over.
Also, the order appears to have been issued 8-0. Ginsburg issued a separate opinion neither in favor nor opposed to remand, noting that the Alaska law only had some of the elements to fit the precedent exactly.