As reported previously here, the Sixth Circuit recently held the fleeting honor of having its decision featured on SCOTUSblog’s Petition of the Day.  This was not, however, enough for the Supreme Court to accept jurisdiction; yesterday, the Supreme Court denied the petition of the City of Loveland for the Court to accept jurisdiction.  (PDF)  The Sixth Circuit’s decision thus stands, upholding the district court’s federal question jurisdiction based on a complaint for declaratory judgment which requested that the district court enforce its consent decree.