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Vanderbilt law professor Brian Fitzpatrick speaks to us about why he believes Iowa should change its judicial nominating commission.

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“I don’t think it can be defended to reserve half of the judicial selection committee for one special interest group — the legal profession. I don’t know why lawyers should have more say over one entire branch of our government than any other group of people,” Fitzpatrick said.

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Author: Jacob Hall

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