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March 1, 2014 |  By: Snyder

Senator Lager

In 1940, Missouri made an effort to reduce politics in the judicial system with the Missouri NonPartisan Court Plan.

Recently, State Senator Brad Lager, a Republican from Savannah, Missouri, voiced his opinions on the plan, and its effects.

Lager says, in an effort to maintain judicial ethics, we must hold the government accountable.

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Lager adds the Missouri NonPartisan Court Plan is still a work in progress.