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September 2, 2014 7:07 PM

Judicial selection system worked

If the screening of applicants by the Supreme Court Nominating Commission ensures that only liberals reach the state’s high court, as critics charge, how did it happen that Gov. Sam Brownback’s first chosen justice was someone as conservative as he is, his former chief counsel Caleb Stegall? That’s because the critics are wrong and the system works.

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