Stories tagged: "Ruth Bader Ginsburg"

Justice Ginsburg's passing this month has women activists thinking about how to best continue her legacy (Graphic by Desirée Tapia for COURIER)
Not Giving Up: Three Women Activists on Remaining Undeterred in the Fight for Equality After RBG

Women activists working on behalf of immigration reform, period equity, and more share how they're fighting to keep Ginsburg’s legacy alive.

This image provided by Rachel Malehorn shows Judge Amy Coney Barrett in Milwaukee, on Aug. 24, 2018. (Rachel Malehorn,, via AP)
Trump to Pick Amy Coney Barrett to Fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Seat

The 48-year-old judge has voiced opposition to the Affordable Care Act, Roe vs. Wade, and LGBTQ rights in the past.

Justice Ginsburg's passing on Friday has women activists thinking about how to best continue her legacy.
Not Giving Up: Three Women Activists Share How the Fight Continues After RBG (Part I)

Women activists across the country working to prevent gun violence, sexual assault, and more share how they want Americans to keep Justice Ginsburg's legacy alive.

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Here Are Three Ways to Channel Your Grief Over RBG’s Death Into Action

The loss of Ginsburg—as a pioneer for women’s rights and the underprivileged—is one that is keenly felt around the country.

Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, arrives for a meeting with Senate Republicans, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Romney Gives McConnell the Vote He Needs to Ram Through SCOTUS Nominee Before Election

The senator from Utah voted to impeach Trump, but that isn't stopping him from giving the president the power to name RBG's replacement to the Supreme Court.

Judge Barbara Lagoa with Gov. Ron DeSantis after he picked her for for the Florida Supreme Court in 2019. Lagoa is considered one of Trump's top picks for the Supreme Court. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
A Look at the Judges on Trump’s Supreme Court Shortlist

Here are the details on some of Trump's potential picks, who could sway the Supreme Court to the right for years to come.

Kelli Midgley, center, an English teacher from Baltimore,  joins people gathered at the Supreme Court to honor the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020. Ginsburg's death leaves a vacancy that could be filled by a more conservative justice by President Donald Trump. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
With RBG Gone, the Affordable Care Act Faces Its Greatest Threat Yet.

The healthcare law is in front of the Supreme Court once again in November, so COURIER decided to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about the ACA.