Two new justices will create female majority on Minnesota Supreme Court

(St. Paul, MN)  —  The Minnesota Supreme Court will have a female majority for the first time in 30 years.  

Governor Tim Walz appointed Court of Appeals Judge Theodora Gaitas and Stearns County Chief Judge Sarah Hennesy to the state high court today.  

The pair will replace retiring Justices Margaret Chutich and G. Barry Anderson.  

Gaitas and Hennesy have a long history of helping low-income residents with criminal, appellate, and civil matters.

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