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LRT has little reason to fear lawyers

As planners behind the divisive Southwest Light Rail Transit project move their work toward final government votes, they may have to worry about pleasing more than just elected officials and project funding partners.

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Clive Crook: U.S. criminal justice is a disgrace

“As a prosecutor, a judge, an attorney in private practice, and now, as our nation’s attorney general, I’ve seen the criminal justice system firsthand, from nearly every angle. While I have the utmost faith in — and dedication to — America’s legal system, we must face the reality that, as it stands, our system is in too many respects broken.”

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Capitol 10: Capitol renovations

The Legislature passed a bill that authorizes funds to be used in restoring the Capitol building. We asked the Capitol Insiders what they would want to see changed about the Capitol — serious or not.

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