Posing 37 questions to state Supreme Court candidates about topics ranging from abortion to tax policy, the Christian Coalition of Georgia has reignited the debate over how far judicial candidates should go in talking about disputed legal topics.

The group has asked Presiding Justice Carol W. Hunstein and the lawyer seeking to unseat her, former Department of Homeland Security counsel J. Michael Wiggins, to say whether they agree or disagree with statements such as “The Georgia Constitution does not recognize a right to abortion.”

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