The Supreme Court ruled on Donald Trump's eligibility to be on the ballot in Colorado.


– The Court decided that only Congress can enforce Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which pertains to disqualifying individuals who have participated in an insurrection.

– The Court's reasoning is that allowing states to enforce this section would lead to a patchwork of regulations across the country.

– All nine justices agreed on the outcome.

– It is unclear whether the Court's decision will affect Trump's ability to appear on the ballot in Colorado.

– The decision is likely to be debated by legal scholars and political commentators for years to come.