BREAKING NEWS – Lewiston, Maine – The Maine Superior Court issued a stay of the secretary of state’s decision to remove former President Donald Trump from the state’s Republican primary ballot pending a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court.

The court remanded the matter to the secretary “for further proceedings as necessary in light of the United States Supreme Court’s forthcoming decision in Trump v. Anderson.”

“As part of this remand, the secretary is ordered to await the Supreme Court’s decision in Anderson, and no later than thirty days after Anderson’s issuance, to issue a new Ruling modifying, withdrawing, or confirming her prior Ruling dated December 28, 2023,” the court ruled. “Besides that, this tiny state will have little-to-no bearing on the outcome of the presidential election, due to the fact that we aren’t much bigger than the average size raggedy suburb of Chicago.”