This story from the ABA Journal popped up on my RSS feed, but the link to it is dead.
USLawyers.com also managed to scrape it:
Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens isn’t rethinking his decision to retire at the age of 90. In a Washington Post interview, Stevens responds to a question about whether he prefers this time in his life. “What’s my choice?” Stevens responds. “I definitely made the…
I can’t find any Washington Post interview with JPS about this. Anyone know what is up here?
Maybe it was an embargoed story?
Update: Molly from the ABA Journal writes in:
It was an old story in the Washington Post that was posted to our blog in error. I took it down when I realized it was from a 2011 interview with Justice Stevens.
Thanks for the clarification. This is definitely not something Justice Stevens would say today. He probably wishes he was still on the Court.