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0 comments | June 18, 2007 | 10:45 AM | posted by Ryan

Remember back when the Washington State Supreme Court issued its verdict for Davenport (which, by the way, took 24 months to issue)? In his dissent from the majority, Justice Sanders predicted the U.S. Supreme Court would overturn the Washington State Supreme Court 9-0. To be honest, even I thought his projection seemed a little ludicrous, but he was right.

Association of Washington Businesses blogger, Richard Davis, reminds us of Justice Sanders’ prediction in a post from Thursday.

“The decision is a great vindication of our own Justice Richard Sanders, who [also criticizing the "mistaken rationale" of the majority on the Washington Supreme Court, in his] dissent at our state court. The case also vindicates the judgment and prowess of Attorney General Rob McKenna who made his first argument before the US Supreme Court in arguing the case.”
We agree. Props to Justice Sanders.

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