Illinois' highest court put Rahm Emanuel back in the race for Chicago
mayor Thursday, three days after a lower court threw the former White
House chief of staff off the ballot because he had not lived in the
city for a full year.
The state Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Emanuel's favor, with a
majority of justices concluding that the earlier decision was "without
any foundation" in the law because it said a candidate must be
physically present in Chicago.
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