The Ohio Supreme Court recently heard arguments in connection with the tragic 2007 bus crash which took the lives of seven people, including five members of the Bluffton University baseball team. In keeping with the standard insurance company practice of avoiding accountability, the university’s primary insurer, Hartford Insurance, is seeking to avoid its obligation to the victims of the crash by asking the court system to rewrite its policy. So far, the insurance company has prevailed in both the Allen County Common Pleas Court and the Third District Court of Appeals. The Ohio Supreme Court accepted the case and will render the final decision on whether the victims and their families will be protected or whether the insurance company will win again. Do you think it’s right that the Ohio Supreme Court, members of which receive large campaign contributions, will decide who will bear the financial burden of this tremendous loss?