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No tax dollars used for federal judges’ portraits

June 21, 2013

The federal government often is painted as being wasteful with taxpayer dollars. That’s not the case with oil-based painted portraits of two late senior U.S. Middle District Court judges....

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spike2

Jun-21-13 9:34 AM

Should we replace all art with technology? How about making the statues in churches, parks, etc. from the new 3d plastic printers? Why do we care? We aren't paying for it and the attorneys who practice before the Courts are.

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ToTEXASfromPA

Jun-21-13 6:17 AM

With modern technology, they could probably take a high resolution digital picture, do some photoshop work, and then print it on a canvas giclee for a fraction of the cost.

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