The Michigan Secretary of State's Office reports more than half the registered voters in Michigan have cast their ballots. They went with an absentee ballot and theirs are already returned by mail or hand-delivered.
The ruling also puts a stop to the administration’s plans to allow third parties from gathering ballots to deliver to election clerks. That activity is known as “ballot harvesting” and is expressly disallowed by existing state law.
The Judge is ruling that the Secretary of State has overriding authority over the state election system and whoever is in that position can pretty much do whatever they want when it comes to managing elections and voting.