Do We Need A Constitutional Amendment To Help Select Good Judges?

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The League of Women Voters Northfield-Cannon Falls invites the public to join a discussion about how to elect and keep good, fair judges. The meeting will take place 7:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
on Monday, January 28, 2013 at St. John's Lutheran Church, 500 3rd Street West, Northfield.

Judicial independence and the proposed Impartial Justice Act will be discussed by two persuasive supporters of this new way toselect and keep fair judges. Their presentation will be followed by questions and discussion.

Sarah Walker, President of the Coalition for Impartial Justice
Also Chief Operating Officer of 180 Degrees, Inc. and founder of the MN Second Chance Coalition, Walker is a Carleton College graduate, and is now completing her doctorate in sociology at the University of Minnesota.

Ryan Kelly, Campaign and Finance Director for the Coalition of Impartial Justice, is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas. An experienced political campaign manager, consultant, fundraiser and event manager, Kelly has managed major national events.

LWV Minnesota is a member of the Coalition for Impartial Justice, a broad-based coalition of more than 30 businesses, law firms and non-profits supporting passage of the Minnesota Legislature SF1465 and HF1666 Impartial Justice Act, which has bipartisan support.

The meeting is hosted by League of Women Voters Northfield-Cannon Falls and is free and open to all.

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