WASHINGTON -- When given the opportunity to ask Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg anything in the world, why not let her pick the question?
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t's critical that the "firsts" are followed by the seconds, and thirds, and fourths, in order to create permanent change on our federal courts.
WASHINGTON -- When it came to nominating female judges in Massachusetts, Gov. Mitt Romney all but ignored any binders full of women.
By 2005, after...
WASHINGTON -- With the confirmation of Stephanie Rose as a U.S. district court judge on Monday, President Barack Obama has put 72 women on the federal...
Is it time for us to try a different approach -- say, give the other gender a chance at running things? Which women do you think could take charge and give us a chance to save ourselves?
What is the role or expectation of a justice on the Supreme Court? An adherent of precedent? A policy maker? And just how did judicial activism garner such a tarnished reputation?
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