After hearing arguments from both sides (including that a-hole Howard Dean who used his opportunity to speak to bash the Supreme Court) the DNC committee made the right move by making sure the states that actually followed their rules were treated fairly while the ones who didn't got penalized:
A first vote, which would have seated all of Florida's delegation with full voting privileges, failed.
After the results were announced, spectators started to boo and his and some started chanting, "Denver! Denver!" the site of the party's convention in August.
Democrats fear that a protracted battle over the issue all the way to the convention could split the party and weaken it's chances of winning the White House in November.
The Democratic National Committee's Rules and Bylaws Committee is hearing the two states' appeals on its decision to strip all of their delegates because they moved their primary contests earlier on the calendar.
Members of a Democratic rules committee voted on Saturday to seat all of Florida's and Michigan's delegation to the party's national convention and give their delegates a half vote each.
Lawyers for the committee advised in a memo CNN obtained this week that the committee's rules call for 50 percent of the delegations to be seated.
Of course, we all know that this is not over yet esp. what with Billary supporters outside booing today, shouting "Denver! Denver!" and Hillary's sole goal being to wreck Barack's chances of winning the presidency so she can position herself for 2012. But at least the DNC had the good sense to stand up to Billary and make sure she doesn't get to steal this thing.