From the Star Tribune:
After a trial spanning nearly three months, Norm Coleman’s attempt to reverse Al Franken’s lead in the recount of the U.S. Senate election was soundly rejected today by a three-judge panel that dismissed the Republican’s lawsuit.
The judges swept away Coleman’s argument that the election and its aftermath were fraught with systemic errors that made the results invalid.
Apparently Coleman has more fruitless appeals to make, so the seating of Al Franken can continue to be delayed.
But honestly… there should be a law where the person who gets the most votes in a Senate election gets to become a Senator.