A Benton-Franklin Superior Court judge could become the first Latino federal judge for the Eastern Washington district. Salvador Mendoza Jr. of Kennewick was introduced by Sen. Patty Murray at Wednesday's Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington, D.C.
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