The Judicial Council on Wednesday ordered all California courthouses closed once a month starting Sept. 16, despite ongoing complaints from labor groups, sheriffs and some judges that the closures are unnecessary and potentially dangerous.

“I hate it,” said council member Richard Huffman, a justice on the 4th District Court of Appeal. But, he added, “We believe it is the only rational mechanism available to us to minimize the impact to the public.”

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