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November 7, 2013 3:18 PM

Brownback, Wagle: School finance ruling could trigger public fight over judge selection

Gov. Sam Brownback and Senate President Susan Wagle told a Wichita business audience Thursday that the upcoming session of the Legislature will hinge on how the state Supreme Court rules in a school-finance lawsuit – a decision that could push lawmakers toward trying a constitutional amendment to change the way justices are selected.

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