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The dispute over whether (Bernette) Johnson should be the first black justice to head the Louisiana court has highlighted long-standing racial tensions in the state.
But it has nothing to do with race—no of course not. It’s all about state’s rights.
Just ask Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal.