The Minnesota Supreme Court just dismissed the petition to remove Donald trump from the primary ballot in Minnesota. We wrote last week about the court hearing and the questionable legal representation on the Trump side by the Secretary of State and MNGOP.
This case focused on the 14th Amendment's language that bars someone from holding office who engaged in an insurrection. The subjectivity of that issue complicated the Supreme Court's ability to make a ruling, which would ultimately end up at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Also, the Court's opinion is that the law does not preclude a political party from nominating someone in their internal primary who is ineligible.
Despite this good news, the justices allowed this case to be brought back up when dealing with the general election ballot. If they were to rule on that matter in favor of barring Trump to be on the ballot, Trump would only be able to win by a successful write-in campaign.