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Supreme Court candidate Hagedorn defends controversial comments

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Supreme Court candidate Hagedorn defends controversial comments

Supreme Court candidate Hagedorn defends controversial comments

One of the judges hoping to become the next Justice on the Wisconsin Supreme Court is defending controversial statements more than a decade old.

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Supreme Court candidate Hagedorn defends controversial comments

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One of the judges hoping to become the next justice on the wisconsin supreme court is defending controversial statements more than a decade old.

Brian hagedorn... who is campaigning for this spring's supreme court race... is defending a pair of blog posts he wrote while in law school.

The posts from 2005 and 6 claim a gay rights court ruling would lead to beastiality... and called planned parenthood a quote



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