The Feerick Commission Monday proposed reforming the convention system used to nominate New York Supreme Court justices to relax the grip held by party leaders.
In a separate but related development, Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye announced Monday that the Court of Appeals last week voted to require a system of screening for all judicial candidates.
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