As Gov. Brian Kemp’s new Judicial Nominating Commission gears up to recommend finalists for three vacancies, some minority advocates argue the panel isn’t racially diverse enough.
Charles Johnson, who criticized Gov. Nathan Deal for not appointing African-Americans more often during his eight-year tenure, seized on Kemp’s JNC not including an African-American woman.Charles Johnson
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