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“Supreme Court candidates suggest their opponents have been bought”

Montana Standard: But the spike in spending on judicial campaigns has heightened public concerns over whether the justices who are elected can do that. More than $1.1 million has been raised by Juras, Sandefur and organizations supporting their campaigns, according … Continue reading ?
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