But the attorney general didn't take a specific stance on the Supreme Court's decision.
"The decision by Michigan voters reflects the ongoing national dialogue about such practices," Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote.
The court did not overturn limits on individual contributions, but it will now allow people to contribute to as many candidates and party committees as they want.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) signed the ban into law in April 2012, and nine other states have similar bans.
The Supreme Court justice showed up for jury duty Wednesday in D.C. Superior Court.
It is the second time the court has opted against hearing such a challenge.
Groups including the oil and chemical industry had challenged several aspects of the EPA's regulatory authority.
Napolitano is leaving the Department of Homeland Security to become president of the University of California.
The decisions are set to come down shortly after 10 a.m. eastern time. Stay tuned below for all the latest news, reaction and analysis.
Today, the Supreme Court effectively struck down part of the Voting Rights Act.