Typically, motions for reconsideration are filed by the losing side after an Ohio Supreme Court decision and are not often granted. But in this case, the court, upon reflection, held that a ballot issue cannot be held unconstitutional before the voters have actually passed it. A court cannot pass judgment on the constitutional status of a mere proposal, they must have an actual enacted law before them that has been challenged.
Congratulations go out to my friends and colleagues from the Callender Law Group on their win. You may read the decision here.