Editorial: Raise The Retirement Age For Judges

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg shows no signs of slowing down as she gets older, now having celebrated her 80th birthday. While battling through her illnesses, she has maintained her role not only as an active justice, but also as an active speaker and educator around the world. Her contributions support New York's current proposal to raise the mandatory retirement age of state judges from 70 to 80.

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  • Don Noel

    I'm inclined to agree. I'm sure that the late Bob Satter -- who challenged his forced retirement, and lost -- would agree.

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