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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the liberal leader of the Supreme Court and a trailblazing champion of women’s rights, died on Friday. She was 87 years old.

Seen as a moderate when President Bill Clinton nominated her to the bench in 1993, Ginsburg went on to leave a lasting mark in the realm of gender equality, civil liberties and pay equity, and grew to achieve improbable late-in-life recognition as a pop culture icon and hero of the progressive movement.

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Her first major opinion as a justice came in 1996 when she wrote the majority decision in United States v. Virginia. The ruling struck down the Virginia Military Institute’s 157-year-old policy of male-only admissions as unconstitutional, and set a stricter legal standard for government action that treats men and women differently.

In a separate report, NPR announced:

Just days before her death, as her strength waned, Ginsburg dictated this statement to her granddaughter Clara Spera: “My most fervent wish is that i I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”

The Supreme Court announced Ginsburg’s death, saying she died this evening of complications from pancreatic cancer. A private interment service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. It’s a beautiful day! She was anti-american, she hated the constitution and now we can get someone who will respect our laws! She hated everyone who was for guns and our right to self defense!

  2. I think she did a lot for the rights of women. Having four daughters and two granddaughters I am grateful for those rulings.
    I did not agree with many of her other rulings but admired her for sticking to her positions and being true to her beliefs. You always knew where she stood. She never turned her back on her followers. She was an honorable person.
    Unfortunately I can never agree that constitutional rights can be withheld totally from the unborn just because they are still in the womb. A woman has a right to protect her life first but I don’t believe a child can be killed for just a trivial reason. There was a time in this country when society considered it a man’s right to
    discipline his wife and children any way he wanted including beating them. No man ever had that right.

  3. as with a.lot of politician’s at one time she was good for America but as yrs went on she turned sour for america and the constitution . Wish she would have retired before this.

  4. Justice Ginsberg was a champion for equality of the sexes, a trailblazer in her field and a very tough lady. She dedicated her life to the law and justice. Condolences to her family and friends. Now President Trump and the Senate will confirm a new justice who will be a trailblazer for a conservative view of the Constitution.

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