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Posted By on Sat, Jun 16, 2007 at 6:20 AM

It's a measure of this wannabe judge that state Sen. Shawn Womack was disciplined by the state lawyers' ethics panel the same day he worked his will on the Senate to create a $60,000-a-year job that a couple of senators believe is unnecesssary. Said Sen. Dave Bisbee: "It's just growing and bloated up, senators hiring somebody to do their job." Bruce Campbell, a Huckabee administration officeholder, will be the Senate's pork barrel monitor.

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