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The News & Observer

BY VIRGINIA BRIDGES

FAYETTEVILLE

Gov. Mike Easley knew he had appointed the right person to the North Carolina Supreme Court when the new judge started giving him orders at the governor’s mansion.

Patricia Timmons-Goodson had just been sworn in as the first African-American woman on the state’s Supreme Court. At a Governor’s Mansion reception, her mother, husband, two sons, and five brothers and sisters accompanied her. For some, it was their first time at the mansion.

“It was a source of pride,” said Timmons-Goodson, 64, in an interview this month. “And I really realized it was really happening.”

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