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During oral argument Thursday of a second case to force a pay raise for New York’s 1,300 judges, a Manhattan Supreme Court justice expressed views similar to those of an Albany judge, who in December ordered a trial to determine whether the Legislature’s inaction since 1999 violates the separation-of-powers doctrine.

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