Alan Page will turn 70 years old in August, which is the age that the Minnesota state constitution mandates that he must retire from the high court.
He has been a judge for the past 22 years, after a Hall of Fame career with the Vikings.
In an interview with the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, he said that his retirement will allow him to focus more on his charity work, which includes the Page Education Foundation. That foundation has provided grants for 6,000 students totaling over $12 million.
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