The Star Tribune not only

The Star Tribune not only profiles our friend Kirk Kolbo’s Supreme Court case, they assign their Washinton beat reporter to write it up and then they place the story just under the fold on page one: “Minneapolis lawyers at center of Supreme Court’s biggest case.”
Hey, we can’t feel bad about the fact that it took our local papers five years to discover that a local lawyer was representing the plaintiffs in the country’s most significant racial discrimination lawsuit. We’re pretty sure that if Kirk had represented the side that purports to favor “diversity,” they would have been right on it!
Hearty congratulations to Kirk and his partners for getting some long overdue recognition for their work on the case of a lifetime, the twenty-first century’s Brown v. Board of Education.


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