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Topic - Sabrina Mckenna
Gov. Neil Abercrombie is set to make his third appointment to the Hawaii Supreme Court, making him the first governor in about two decades to select a majority of the five-member court.
Hawaii lawmakers gave final approval to civil unions Wednesday and sent the legislation to Democratic Gov. Neil Abercrombie, who plans to sign it into law within 10 business days.
"As any judge, we bring to the judiciary our life experiences, but we rule based on the evidence and the law, and that's what I've done for 17 years and will continue to do when seated on the Supreme Court," said Justice McKenna, who wouldn't specifically discuss