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A well-respected jurist, McKenna had been in the running twice before for a spot on the Supreme Court, and numerous times for seats on other courts, but each time she was passed over, perhaps at least in part because of her sexual orientation. The Senate's unanimous vote to confirm McKenna to the state's highest court may mark a new era of glbtq acceptance in Hawaii.]
A well-respected jurist, McKenna had been in the running twice before for a spot on the Supreme Court, and numerous times for seats on other courts, but each time she was passed over, perhaps at least in part because of her sexual orientation.
The Senate's unanimous vote to confirm McKenna to the state's highest court may mark a new era of glbtq acceptance in Hawaii.]
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