Natalie Hudson appointed MN chief justice

The Minnesota Supreme Court will have a new chief justice, Gov. Tim Walz announced Wednesday. Justice Natalie Hudson will serve as chief justice starting in October. The move will follow the retirement of current Chief Justice Lorie Gildea. Hudson has served on the Minnesota Supreme Court since 2015 after being appointed by Gov. Mark Dayton. She will be the first person of color to serve as chief justice.

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