Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer To Retire At End Of Current Term

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Appointment by President Clinton in 1994, Justice Stephen Breyer was reportedly urged to step down while Democrats control both the White House and Senate. NBC News’ Pete Williams reports.

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