A Little Help

From Holden:

I’m looking for some analysis that will tell me what this means:

A judge has struck down more than a dozen of the government’s current rules on political fund raising with just weeks before Election Day, concluding federal regulators improperly weakened the nation’s campaign finance law.

U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the Federal Election Commission to write new rules to govern key aspects of fund raising, including when candidates and outside parties can coordinate activities.

Will this ruling so close to the election lead to chaos? I imagine the FEC will appeal, but it’s a bit confusing.