Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has announced that he will retire this summer, once the current court session is over, the Associated Press reports.
While Obama’s replacement may not tilt the balance of the court, it would make the liberal wing a lot younger, with Stevens about to hit 90.
Politically speaking, it sets up what could be a brutal election year confirmation battle this summer.
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