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Justice Anthony Kennedy to retire, giving Trump a chance shift Supreme Court further to the right

WASHINGTON - Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, the Supreme Court centrist who for a generation has cast the deciding vote in the biggest cases, plans to retire, giving President Donald Trump a chance to shift the court sharply to the right.

Kennedy's decision to step down, announced Wednesday, offers conservatives the opportunity they have long sought to lock in a reliable five-member conservative majority on the high court. And for them,

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