Minnesota Supreme Court marks historic firsts; Anoka-Hennepin teachers union seeks mediation

Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court Karl Procaccini is now the first person of Muslim faith to sit on the state's highest court. Natalie Hudson made history yesterday as well when she took her oath of office and became first person of color to lead the Minnesota Supreme Court as chief justice. And the union for teachers in the Anoka-Hennepin school district has filed for mediation after it’s teacher contract expired in June. 

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