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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies at 87

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died. The 87-year-old was the Senior member of the Court’s Liberal Wing. She was well-known for delivering Progressive votes on divisive social issues and authoring fiery dissents. In recent years, Ginsburg cultivated a rock star status and was dubbed the “Notorious RBG.” She began her tenure on the Supreme Court in 1993, when she was appointed by President Bill Clinton. Before that, she had a celebrated career as an Attorney fighting for Equal Rights for Women. Ginsburg suffered from 5 bouts of Cancer before dying.

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