For 24 years, Sandra Day O’Connor got to correct lower court judges when they ruled incorrectly. Now, the retired U.S. Supreme Court justice wants to issue a correction — or, at least, a clarification — of her own.

In an address on Friday at the Grand Hyatt hotel in San Francisco, O’Connor voiced regret over the fallout from the Supreme Court’s ruling in Republican Party of Minnesota v. White, 536 U.S. 765, a case decided in 2002. As she often did in her last years on the bench, O’Connor cast the deciding fifth vote in the White case.

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