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State courts plan to cut $3 million in 2010 budget

State courts are looking at the second year in a row of cutting $3 million from its general revenue, and circuit courts are going to bear the brunt of the cuts. The budget was the last issue addressed at a meeting of presiding judges Tuesday. The $3 million cut represents about 2 percent of the judiciary's $164 million general revenue budget, Chief Justice William Ray Price Jr. (pictured on far right) said on the opening day of the Judicial Conference.

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Price ‘open to listening’ to Missouri Plan changes

The judge who will soon be the main steward of the Missouri Plan said Tuesday that he's open to some changes in its structure. Judge William Ray Price Jr. will take office as chief justice of the Missouri Supreme Court on July 1, a position that makes him the head of the commission that selects candidates for judicial vacancies.

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