Was my State Tax return rejected because the federal was not accepted because the first day we can file is the 30th of January?

I got a notice today from Turbo Tax that my state return was not accepted.  The reason was that the Federal return was rejected.  Can I assume that the Federal return was not accepted because the IRS isn't accepting returns until the 30th of January?
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    Just got this email:
    Dear TurboTax Customer:

    You recently received this rejection message from us: "This state return was rejected because the federal taxing authority rejected the federal return."  This was a processing error on our part - no change to your state return is needed.  Please resubmit your state return for processing, if you have not done so already.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

    Thank you,

    The TurboTax Electronic Filing Center
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