Pawlenty taps U of M Morris graduate as new high court chief justice
ST. PAUL -- Two people who sided with Gov. Tim Pawlenty in a historic lawsuit about his budget cutting powers earned his support Thursday with Supreme Court positions.
The Republican governor appointed as chief justice a current justice who wrote a dissenting opinion last week when the high court decided Pawlenty illegally cut spending last summer.
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