State Courts Weather the Storm

, New York Law Journal

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More than anything else, what makes this country great is our commitment to the rule of law and our protection of the liberties enshrined in our state and federal constitutions. It is that promise of liberty and freedom - that singular dedication to the rule of law that applies equally to each and every person in this country regardless of their standing in life - that sets us apart and extends our capacity to grow and excel. To live up to that promise, we must have an independent and impartial judiciary, adequately funded and co-equal to the other branches of government.

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