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Senate looks at changing process for choosing chief justice; Supreme Court hears Act 10 arguments; More state news

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A change in the way Wisconsin's chief justice is picked will get its first vote in the state Senate today.

Republicans are supporting a constitutional amendment to require the seven Supreme Court justices to elect a chief every two years thus ending the 124-year-old practice of having the justice with the longest seniority serve as the chief.

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