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10/22/2010

Video: 'Terry Branstad can't have it both ways'

by Jeremy Hooper

Yes! Finally. An apt articulation of law, the role of the independent judiciary in determining the constitutionality of said law, and the reason why the conversation between a unanimous high court decision vs. a public vote on minority rights is not an equally merited tête-à-tête.

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*Reminder: Branstad sure liked Chief Justice Marsha Ternus when he appointed her back in '93:

July 29, 1993 -- Associated Press
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