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ALBANY, N.Y. — A New York appellate court deemed moot the lawsuit brought by state judges who were denied certification to continue serving past retirement age, 70, because another court decision favored the state judiciary’s actions in a mirror appeal. Additionally, budgetary constraints that originally led to their non-certification have eased, and they have been encouraged to reapply for certification.