Members of the SC Senate and the House applaud a judicial election — in this case John Kittredge to the state Supreme Court. This spring, the Legislature’s merit selection panel refused to examine allegations that a judge violated the no-pledge law, and the Legislature elected him anyway.
Members of the SC Senate and the House applaud a judicial election — in this case John Kittredge to the state Supreme Court. This spring, the Legislature’s merit selection panel refused to examine allegations that a judge violated the no-pledge law, and the Legislature elected him anyway. TIM DOMINICK
Members of the SC Senate and the House applaud a judicial election — in this case John Kittredge to the state Supreme Court. This spring, the Legislature’s merit selection panel refused to examine allegations that a judge violated the no-pledge law, and the Legislature elected him anyway. TIM DOMINICK

Have our lawmakers lost interest in judicial integrity?

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