Yes, the Michigan Supreme Court has allowed President Donald Trump to appear on the state’s 2024 primary ballot. This was recently decided in response to a petition submitted by the Trump campaign to the court, which challenged a law that would have prevented him from appearing on Michigan’s presidential primary ballot in 2024 due to his previous affiliation with the Republican Party. Although the court did not directly address the Trump campaign’s claims, it found that the law was unconstitutional on its face and allowed the President to appear on the ballot.
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