Even though they won today, the group hoping to repeal Michigan's emergency manager law could still face a legal challenge in the Michigan Supreme Court.
Those arguing against the emergency manager voter referendum say size matters. And they say the font on the petitions circulated by the group Stand Up for Democracy was too small.
It doesn't matter if they collected more than enough signatures from registered voters in Michigan, the petition's challengers say, the letter of the law must be followed.
And the letter of the law specifies font size.
But if you really want to go there, and yes Michigan, we've gone there, it's not that easy to determine font size these days.
Check out the infographic above for some font-size forensics (the second slide shows the font size in question).
Thanks to Dario Corsi, a graphic illustrator with Redhead Design Studio, for putting this together.
So you be the judge. Clear as day? Or clear as mud?