I thought the whole "1000 foot from a school" rule was struck down as unconstitutional not too long ago.
It was. People v. Greene 2018. The 1000 foot was found facially unconstitutional.
Yeah, that's the one I was thinking of.
Although, it's disturbing that they say this:
"All statutes are presumed constitutional, and the party bringing a constitutional challenge bears the burden of rebutting that presumption."
That should never be the case since statutes never go through a constitutional review before being implemented.
Literally, any rule can be proposed and if it's signed by the governor, it becomes "law". Nobody ever checks to see if it's constitutional.