A federal judge in California on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit brought by Twitter that had sought to block Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s (R) office from allegedly retaliating against the company for its decision to ban former President Trump from the platform.

In a 7-page ruling, the judge said Twitter’s lawsuit was premature because Paxton has not sought to enforce his January records request related to the company’s content moderation policies.

“The court finds Twitter’s lawsuit is premature, and, as such, is subject to dismissal,” wrote U.S. District Judge Maxine Chesney, a Clinton appointee.