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June 2006

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Over 900 readers responded to our Third Branch newsletter survey. Here's what you told us:

Over 90 percent of the respondents said they get most of their news about the Judiciary from The Third Branch. You preferred articles about, in descending order of choice, legislation, court management, automation, and judicial issues. When asked for the story topics that are particularly relevant to your position, budget was by far the most popular. Many respondents suggested topics for coverage, such as "best practices" in the courts, trends in case management, benefits, bankruptcy issues, and how courts face challenges.

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