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A panel of Illinois Appellate Court justices ruled Monday that former White House chief of staff Emanuel did not meet state provisions mandating Chicago mayoral candidates live in the city for at least a year prior to the election. The ruling overturned a previous Chicago Board of Elections decision that found Emanuel had in fact met the requirements. The state Supreme Court on Tuesday granted a stay on Monday's appeals court ruling that held Emanuel was ineligible to be a mayoral candidate and ordered that any ballots printed include his name while the case is pending.

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