The ability of Congress to respond to U.S. Supreme Court rulings by enacting new legislation has been hampered by the reality that the current Congress “doesn’t pass anything,” Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said on Friday.

Ginsburg spoke at George Washington University to mark the upcoming 227th birthday of the U.S. Constitution in an event co-sponsored by the Constitutional Sources Project, an online library of documents relating to the Constitution.

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