For the second time, a court has deemed unconstitutional a citizen's initiative to would limit how long Illinois lawmakers can serve.
First, it was a Cook County Circuit Court judge.
Now, the decision is from a state appellate court.
Both say the question of term limits for state legislators should not go before voters on the November ballot.
The state Constitution says citizen's initiatives, like this one, must be limited to "structural and procedural" changes to the legislature.