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The Names to Know as Biden Mulls Breyer’s Replacement

The opportunity to appoint a Supreme Court justice is rare for presidents and can be a legacy-defining decision.
Biden stands by pledge to nominate a Black woman to Supreme Court
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The Hill

President Biden is set to have his first opportunity to appoint a judge to the Supreme Court after news broke that Justice Stephen Breyer is expected to announce his retirement in the coming days. 

Biden vowed multiple times during the 2020 campaign to appoint the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court, and a number of Democrats quickly began applying pressure on the president to follow through on that pledge. 

Breyer’s retirement, which had been a subject of speculation among Democrats, gives Biden and his party a chance to replace the 83-year-old jurist with a younger liberal justice and potentially diversify the bench.

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