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Young Supreme Court could shape Arizona law for years to come (access required)

The current Arizona Supreme Court has the potential to become the longest sitting court since the state stopped electing justices. The crop of justices averages 56 years old. The earliest any of them reaches the mandatory retirement age of 70 will be 2021.

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