Illinois court issues permanent injunction for law that changed ballot access rules mid-election

Following up on my earlier posts here and here, the order in Collazo v. Illinois State Board of Elections is here. The court found that strict scrutiny was the appropriate standard of review and that it failed; and even under the lesser Anderson-Burdick standard of reasonableness, it failed as an arbitrary rule. (The law can take effect for future elections.)

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