State Politics

March 20, 2009 12:00 AM

Judges, clerks feud thawing

MANATEE — Proposed legislation at times called by clerks of court a power and money grab by judges may turn out to be neither, but it still could take spending discretion away from elected clerks and give it to lawmakers.

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