With a new governor set to take office in January, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will likely wait until as late as March for interim justices to fill the seats of former Justice Seamus P. McCaffery and soon-to-retire Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille, according to the state Senate majority leader.

Following Gov.-elect Tom Wolf’s win in Tuesday’s election, a spokesperson for current Gov. Tom Corbett reaffirmed that no decision had been made on the issue of an interim appointment.

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