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Chief Justice John Roberts Not Considering Leaving High Courts

Although RadarOnline.com initially reported that Chief Justice John Roberts was "seriously considering" stepping down from the Supreme Court "for personal reasons" they have not come out and said that the staunch conservative, appointed by President Bush is definitely not planning on stepping down.

The initial thoughts about Chief Roberts, who has served since 2005, was that he would be stepping down because of personal and health reasons including two seizures, the most recent in 2007.  After his most recent seizure the Supreme Court reported that the Supreme Court judge was "fully recovered" and there was no cause for concern.

The Huffington Post, which has been covering this potential news, was not able to receive any type of comment from The White House.

What's curious about all of this is whether or not there was ever really a cause for concern over the resignation of Chief Justice John Roberts.  Is there some secret scandal underneath the rumors or is this just a case of misinformation and he said, she said?  At the present time it all looks like rumors but only time will really tell.

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