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from San Francisco Chronicle

Trump’s election will have significant impact on Supreme Court

The seat that a Republican Senate has kept vacant since the death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia in February will be filled by a nominee who, Trump has promised, will be cut from the same cloth as Scalia. “Ginsburg made a gamble not resigning in the summer of 2014, when the Democrats still controlled the Senate and (President) Obama could have had anybody he wanted,” said Erwin Chemerinsky, the law school dean at UC Irvine and a veteran Supreme Court litigator. “We need to fight…

I love his dissents so much...but I HATE getting assigned to read them at the end of Ginsburg's 15 page opinion. Damn law school. Ruins EVERYTHING.

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from TIME.com

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

<b>Fall 1980</b> Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg during her first term as a United States Circuit Judge to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

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from Verily

What We Can Learn From the Unlikely Friendship of Justice Ginsburg and Justice Scalia

Verily Magazine: what we can learn from the unlikely friendship of justice Ginsburg & Scalia

from Verily

What We Can Learn From the Unlikely Friendship of Justice Ginsburg and Justice Scalia

What We Can Learn From the Unlikely Friendship of Justice Ginsburg and Justice Scalia. Why being friends with people who have different opinions from ours is good for us.