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Stevens considers retirement decision

Justice John Paul Stevens, leader of the Supreme Court’s liberal wing and its oldest justice at 89, said he will certainly step down before President Obama’s term expires in January 2013. Justice John Paul Stevens, leader of the Supreme Court’s liberal wing and its oldest justice at 89, said he will certainly step down before President Obama’s term expires in January 2013. (AP/ File)
March 16, 2010

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WASHINGTON — Justice John Paul Stevens, the leader of the US Supreme Court’s liberal wing, told the New Yorker in an interview that he will decide early next month whether he will retire at the end of the court’s current term. (Full article: 715 words)

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