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Posted at 10:34 PM ET, 12/13/2010

Mulligans: Henry Hudson explores uncharted waters of judicial ethics

By Dana Milbank

Recuse Me? Judge who ruled against health-care reform has ownership stake in political consulting firm fighting health-care reform, TPM reports.

By Dana Milbank  | December 13, 2010; 10:34 PM ET
Categories:  Mulligans  
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You guys should stop complaining because, one the health care we have now isnt as good as it was supposed to be. also the law has just been signed so give it some time. so if u want to say u have the right to choose tell that to ur congress men or state official. If you do not have insurance and need one You can find full medical coverage at the lowest price search online for "Wise Health Insurance" If you have health insurance and do not care about cost just be happy about it and trust me you are not going to loose anything!


Posted by: philipdenis | December 14, 2010 12:16 AM | Report abuse

Mulliganagain:

It gets better. Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who filed the case, is a client of that same firm that Federal judge Henry E. Hudson partly owns.

Cuccinelli spent $9,000 with Campaign Solutions, and the judge made $5,000 to $15,000 in income this year from his share in the company.

Posted by: divtune | December 14, 2010 12:48 AM | Report abuse

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