Sahil Kapur and Lawrence Hurley write for NBC News that, “Democratic senators are not joining calls on the left for liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor to retire. But for the first time, they’re publicly expressing an unease that history could repeat itself after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s refusal to step down in 2014 ended in the Supreme Court lurching sharply to the right.”

“‘This isn’t personal. This isn’t about one individual justice,’ said Molly Coleman, executive director of the progressive People’s Parity Project. ‘It’s nothing to do with what an incredible legal talent Justice Sotomayor is. It’s about what’s in the best interests of the country moving forward.'”

Read more at NBC News.