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A voice for justice: Wausau native sworn in to Ho-Chunk Supreme Court

3:18 PM, Sep. 6, 2013
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Inspired by a strong sense of justice and fairness passed down by generations, Tricia Zunker was first drawn to a career in law when she was just a child.

Today, the 33-year-old Wausau native, who now resides in Los Angeles, will represent the Ho-Chunk Nation after she was sworn in as an associate justice in the tribe's Supreme Court this week in Black River Falls. The Ho-Chunk Nation, or "people of the big voice," comprises about 6,500 members who live primarily in Wisconsin.

"I'm so honored to be serving my people in this way, and I hope I can inspire other young women, especially Ho-Chunk women, ...

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