Well, not really. But the Secure Our Borders folks are going kind of nutso on this decision. From the article:
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Janet Barton ruled that a city charter provision that granted proposition backers extra time to get the needed signatures conflicts with state law.As a result, Proposition 405 came up more than 600 signatures short of qualifying for the ballot.
In other words, the ballot organizers fell short of the mark needed to get a proposition on a ballot. Her decision seems wholly rational, and I would have done the same thing, even if I think that proposition is a good idea.