Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who has been a vocal opponent of judicial elections, is touting a new reason why she believes judges should be appointed, not elected. It's good for business, she said. As some states ponder scrapping judicial elections for a merit-based appointment system, O'Connor said she recently talked to Iowa business officials, who ...
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