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Iowa Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins announces resignation

Iowa Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins

DES MOINES – Iowa Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins today announced his resignation from the court.

Wiggins, age 69, will retire March 13 on March, leaving to vacancies on the court.

“Justice David Wiggins has been a dedicated public servant for the last 17 years and has ably led the court through a difficult time after the passing of Chief Justice Cady,” said Gov. Kim Reynolds. “Justice Wiggins has been a distinguished and active member of the legal community, and I wish him well on his retirement.”

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January 11, 2020 at 8:45 am, Im really really sorry that you don’t know how to spell TWO

At least the Iowa Supreme Court justices don’t hang around until they are 200 years old like old Ruth Badger Ginsberg is.

Governor Reynolds said her picks so far have brought the High Court back to the middle. It will be interesting to see who she appoints for the open 2 positions….and whether she believes the court should be in the middle. I bet she appoints right leaning people to the court.

Of course she will. What is wrong with that? Democrats would appoint a lefty if they were in power.

The Spelling Nazi strikes again. You are not teaching school anymore and you were terrible at it when you did.

when your talking about a cpl of people its TWO not TO like in the story, proof read!!!!

No one cares but idiots!

I care, I know proper grammar. It stuck out to me right away that it should have read TWO!

Big damn deal.

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