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Blind state supreme court justice will run marathon despite lasting pain from injury

ABA Journal Friday, 18 October 2019
Michigan Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein refuses to let setbacks and pain stop him from continuing to run marathons.

Bernstein will participate Sunday in the…
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