On the eve of the 2004 judicial elections, key interest groups are flexing big muscles in state Supreme Court races, using both familiar and new tactics. Businesses, medical groups and Republicans are on one side, while trial lawyers, unions and Democrats are on the other. Remember the rancor and big bucks of the 2000 and 2002 judicial elections? They're back, and then some.
Judicial Races Get Meaner
The National Law Journal
October 25, 2004
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