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Blunt picks 3 for judicial commissions

Gov. Matt Blunt, never the biggest fan of the Nonpartisan Court Plan, made three appointments on Friday that will ensure he has an influence on the process for the next few years. In two of the cases, his appointments are ...

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Blunt appointees to judicial commissions are GOP donors

The three people Gov. Matt Blunt is appointing to help nominate judges for either the state’s appellate courts or the Greene County Circuit Court have at least one thing in common – they’ve all donated to Republican candidates. Blunt today ...

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Blunt makes picks for judicial commissions

Gov. Matt Blunt’s relationship with the Nonpartisan Court Plan has always been combative, but with several appointments on Friday he ensured an influence on the process for the next few years. Blunt appointed John T. Gentry of Springfield as the ...

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Fischer’s philosophy will slowly unfold

Supporters and critics of the Nonpartisan Court Plan will be keeping a close eye on its most notable beneficiary of 2008. Newly minted Supreme Court Judge Zel Fischer has made a quick rise up the judicial ladder, but he has a long background in the legal field. Gov. Matt Blunt named Fischer, a fellow Republican, to the Supreme Court in mid-October.

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