Two of Ohio’s longtime justices will say goodbye to the Supreme Court this month. The distinguished tenures of Justices Paul E. Pfeifer and Judith Ann Lanzinger are coming to a close because of age restrictions in the Ohio Constitution, which prohibit people older than 70 from running for judge. Justice Pfeifer, who has been on the Court for 24 years, and Justice Lanzinger, who has served for 12, seem to be taking it in stride.
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