Bob Young Supports Corporations' Ability to Buy a Judge

Michigan Supreme Court Justice Bob Young thinks it's okay for corporations to buy judges and justices. The CEO of a coal company with a poor safety record spend $3 million to elect a judge in West Virginia - a judge who sided with the coal company and overturned a $50 million verdict. Young filed a brief in the United State Supreme Court supporting the CEO.

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