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Here is how her remarks are reported on the Tennessee courts website:
She suggested a “top to bottom review” to see how the courts can be better stewards of tax dollars and deliver services more efficiently and effectively. She also emphasized the need for better use of technology, such as the implementation of electronic filing systems. She hopes to study the business court model, used in other states to “provide a good forum for businesses that provide jobs to Tennesseans to resolve their disputes.”
And here is what she seems to be talking about.
The truth about Sharon, who I do know, is that she is neither the liberal harridan than Ramsey made her out to be nor the sellout you're making her out to be. She is a very moderate, sensible, middle of the road person who understands, as does everyone in the judiciary, that the judicial branch needs to have a good working relationship with the other branches of government.
Last edited by Johnny Ringo; 09-19-2014 at 12:24 PM.