There were a number of requests for reconsideration of JCD 1341 which the Council denied.
JCD 1341 was about what might be included as evidence in a self-avowal of homosexual activity which would be contrary to church law and the rights of a person elected to the episcopacy, specifically the Rev. Dr. Karen Oliveto, bishop of two conferences in the Rocky Mountain region of the Western Jurisdiction.
The key provision of JCD 1341 is to provide fair process rights when accusations of being a practicing self-avowed homosexual arise. Another provision added public records such as marriage licenses as possible evidence. A trial court would have to decide whether or not that was sufficient proof.
Denial of reconsideration leaves JCD 1341 intact. And that denial says that the Council will not be the venue for any form of hearing to determine whether or not the nomination, election, and administration of Bishop Oliveto could be overturned. That could only be done by the jurisdiction under the rule of law within the Book of Discipline.
As of this posting, no complaints against the bishop have been concluded. By unwritten policy of the denomination, nearly all complaint procedures are rarely tracked in detail while they are in process so it is unlikely that anyone will know anything until the conclusion of the judicial processes. That can take two or more years in complex and difficult cases.