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Waving and smiling, Chief Justice John Roberts walked briskly out of a hospital in Maine on Tuesday and resumed his vacation, returning to normalcy a day after he suffered his second seizure in 14 years.

The Supreme Court was mum on whether Roberts would need anti-seizure medication. But specialists say his doctor would have raised that possibility because someone who has had two seizures is at high risk of having another.

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