She will use briefs and transcripts of arguments.
"But should she not return for the February 19 public sessions, there will likely be renewed concern for the liberal justice's future", reports Fox. She's battled cancer and other health issues over the past few years but never missed a session of the court. The cancer was discovered after she was hospitalized for a fall in November that left her with three broken ribs. While even their allies like ACLU lawyer Mel Wulf (Justin Theroux) and women's rights activist Dorothy Kenyon (Oscar victor Kathy Bates) have their doubts that Ruth can win, both Marty and the Ginsburgs' daughter, Jane (Cailee Spaeny), urge her to keep forging ahead.
Politico said numerous prospective nominees to replace Ginsburg were women, which theoretically would derail the likelihood of sexual-assault claims such as those faced by Justices Thomas and Kavanaugh.
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A short list of potential nominees is being drafted by the White House counsel's office and the Senate Judiciary Committee's new chairman, Republican Sen.
The outreach began after Ginsburg, 85, on Monday missed oral arguments at the court for the first time in her 25 years on the bench. Ginsburg has seen her salary rise almost $100,000 since she was appointed to the bench by President Bill Clinton in 1993.
Arberg said there's no further evidence of the cancer and Ginsburg is not expected to receive further treatment. There is no question the president would replace the left-leaning Ginsburg with a solid conservative, which would swing the court to a 6-3 conservative majority, a thought that horrifies the left. "But I'm confident she's not going anywhere".
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The White House "is taking the temperature on possible short-list candidates, reaching out to key stakeholders, and just making sure that people are informed on the process", a source told Politico anonymously. Her absence is stoking speculation about how much longer she will remain on the court.
Despite that, President Trump may already be thinking that a third Supreme Court appointment could be a possibility. (Ginsburg's husband Martin was the brother of Stiepleman's mother.) Sometimes, when a still-living person is the subject of a biopic, they will sell their rights to their life story to filmmakers, but it's not clear whether Stiepleman had to jump through those hoops to tell his aunt's story.
A year ago, the news broke that Ginsburg hired law clerks for at least two court terms, signaling she intends to stay through 2020.
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