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Chief Judge Edward Toussaint of the Minnesota Appeals Court explains in a Thursday Senate hearing that state law requires the 19 judges to travel the state, hearing cases near where they were brought. Pioneer Photo/Don Davis

Court cuts to hit small counties hardest

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ST. PAUL -- Further state budget cuts will mean longer waits for cases to go through Minnesota's court system, judicial leaders say, and small counties will be hardest hit.

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