ALBANY -The formation of a commission to recommend judicial salaries, an initiative lauded by state court administrators, has not quelled the frustration of state judges who continue to demand an immediate raise and retroactive salary hikes, according to an informal online survey organized by four judges.

Ninety-six percent of the judges who responded to the survey—527 of 557—answered “no” when asked, “Are you satisfied with the outcome of the salary dispute?”

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