Challengers to Pennsylvania’s new voter ID law won a round in the state Supreme Court when the justices sent the case — via a per curiam order — back to the Commonwealth Court, vacating that court’s decision not to issue a preliminary injunction last month.

Having shifted the burden to the state, which must now prove that nobody will be disenfranchised by the law, the Supreme Court has given the Commonwealth Court a deadline of October 2 to decide the case.