Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer Set to Retire

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Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring at the end of his current term, according to a person familiar with the justice’s thinking. This means President Joe Biden would get a chance to fill his first vacancy on the bench. Mike McKee reports.

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