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Friday, February 18, 2005

Chief Justice Moyer's Remarks at Legislative Seminar

From Gongwer News Service:

In remarks at a legislative seminar sponsored by the Associated Press yesterday, Chief Justice Moyer stated:
  • While the state's school funding system remains unconstitutional as a result of the final Ohio Supreme Court ruling in the DeRolph litigation, there never was a chance of the court finding the General Assembly in contempt.
  • The court intends to hire a full-time employee to work with an existing Commission on Professionalism to develop programs that will encourage civility among attorneys.
  • Declined comment on the court's decision to hear an appeal in a lawsuit that education organizations filed challenging the state's charter school system.
  • Was quick with a two-word answer when asked if now is the time to revisit a constitutional provision that requires judges to retire at age 70. "Sure is," said Mr. Moyer, who turns 66 in April.
Later

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