La. High Court's First Black Chief Justice Sworn In

, The Associated Press

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Bernette Johnson was sworn in Friday as the first black chief justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court, less than four months after her colleagues resolved a racially tinged power struggle over whether she was entitled to the position.

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