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Letter: Fallone backs integrity, not big money

4:52 PM, Mar. 19, 2013  |  Comments
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Pat Roggensack's opinion is that no justice need recuse themselves because of contributions they have received. She sees no problem in sitting on cases involving large contributors. That has become known as the "Roggensack Rule."

My sister and I talked about the Wisconsin Supreme Court election. I asked her how she would feel if she had a case before the court and it ruled against her, and she found out the other party had made thousands of dollars in contributions to some of the justices. She didn't have to think long to say she wouldn't feel very good. Ask yourself that question. I did.

I am voting for Ed Fallone for Supreme Court Justice. Ed Fallone believes you shouldn't be able to buy justice. You should be able to rely on the court's integrity.

Veronica Grunniwaldt

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