Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

(Melina Mara - The Washington Post)

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ginsburg was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Clinton and was confirmed on Aug. 10, 1993. A compilation of Washington Post coverage of Ginsburg is below.

The Senate approved Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg as the 107th justice, and second woman, on the Supreme Court yesterday, completing one of the most harmonious court confirmations in recent history.
 
Ginsburg Endorses Right to Choose Abortion, ERA (Post, July 22, 1993, Page A01)
 
Ginsburg Deplores Bias Against Gays: Senators Find Nominee Harder to Pin Down on Death Penalty Issue (Post, July 23, 1993, Page A01)
 
Redefining Fair With a Simple Careful Assault: Step-by-Step Strategy Produced Strides for Equal Protection (Post, July 19, 1993, Page A01)
 
Judge Ruth Ginsburg Named to High Court: Nominee's Philosophy Seen Strengthening the Center (Post, June 15, 1993, Page A01)
 
Judge Ruth Ginsburg Named to High Court: Clinton's Unexpected Choice Is Women's Rights Pioneer (Post, June 15, 1993, Page A01)
 

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