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Justice Breyer Is Retiring. What Will Be His Legacy and Who Will Replace Him?

No matter how Stephen Breyer’s time on the U.S. Supreme Court is remembered, he may go down in history for the overwhelmingly bipartisan vote that got him there.   Nearly 80% of Senate Republicans supported his 1994 confirmation, a proportion of the opposing party that no nominee has gotten since—or may ever attract again.

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