MN Supreme Court gives detailed opinion in Trump ballot case

(St. Paul, MN)  --  The Minnesota Supreme Court is giving more details about its ruling that former President Donald Trump can remain on the state's primary ballot.  

The November ruling dismissed a lawsuit that sought to keep Trump off the ballot based on a section of the Constitution that makes candidates ineligible if they have supported an insurrection.  

The justices agreed that there is no Minnesota law to keep an ineligible candidate from being on the primary ballot if their party allows them to be there.  

It also said the ruling could be revisited ahead of the general election if Trump is the Republican Party nominee.