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SCOTUS denies Indiana judicial canons case

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The Supreme Court of the United States has refused to take a case asking whether Indiana’s judicial canons constitutionally infringe on the free speech rights of those on or vying for seats on the bench.

An order list released by the nation’s highest court this morning shows that the justices denied the petition on Friday in Torrey Bauer, David Certo, and Indiana Right to Life v. Randall T. Shepard, et al., No. 10-425. That decision means the state’s judicial canons are constitutional.

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