There are a few rites of passage Gov. Mark Dayton has yet to undertake since entering office two years ago, and appointing a justice to the Minnesota Supreme Court is one of them.
On Friday it was announced that longtime DFL attorney and former U.S. Senate candidate David Lillehaug and three judges are in consideration for the post, which is being vacated by retiring Associate Justice Helen Meyer. Meyer's last day is Aug. 10.
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