Supreme Court Justice Retiring?

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U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens may soon be retiring.

Stevens said he will announce in April if this will be his last year.

At 89, he is the oldest Supreme Court member. Stevens is the second oldest justice in U.S. history and the fourth longest-serving.

Former President Gerald R. Ford nominated him for a seat on the bench in 1975.

Stevens said he will definitely be retiring within the next three years. President Barack Obama will likely nominate his successor.

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