Great to speak with Rebekah Sanders of the Arizona Republic for this piece.
Election-law professor Jessica Levinson said she was surprised by the ruling after arguments in March appeared to favor the Legislature.
"I thought that they would give the constitutional provision a strict and narrow reading," said Levinson, of Loyola Law School. "I thought this was going to be another one of the cases where the court undermines voters rights and protections. This seems like it's a validation of citizens' ability to use their lawmaking power through the process of direct democracy."
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