HIGH COURT: A jogger runs pasts the Supreme Court. Amid escalating campaign costs nationwide, the high court on Tuesday weighed Florida’s rule that prohibits judicial candidates from directly soliciting contributions. The court’s eventual answer will matter in many of the 39 states where residents appear before elected judges.
HIGH COURT: A jogger runs pasts the Supreme Court. Amid escalating campaign costs nationwide, the high court on Tuesday weighed Florida’s rule that prohibits judicial candidates from directly soliciting contributions. The court’s eventual answer will matter in many of the 39 states where residents appear before elected judges. Drew Angerer Getty Images
HIGH COURT: A jogger runs pasts the Supreme Court. Amid escalating campaign costs nationwide, the high court on Tuesday weighed Florida’s rule that prohibits judicial candidates from directly soliciting contributions. The court’s eventual answer will matter in many of the 39 states where residents appear before elected judges. Drew Angerer Getty Images

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