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Judging judges: Legislation shedding more light on judicial complaints advances (access required)

This week the Senate passed a ballot measure that would open to the public all documents and proceedings pertaining to complaints filed with the Commission on Judicial Conduct, which investigates judges accused of ethics violations and misconduct.

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