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August 18, 2014 2:12 PM

McCrory appoints Mark Martin chief justice of NC Supreme Court

The governor’s appointment of Mark Martin to take over as N.C. Supreme Court chief justice in September answers one question, but raises another. Martin will move into the leadership position for the next two months. But what will happen to the seat on the seven-member court that he is vacating before the Nov. 4 elections is unknown.

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