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Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Courtesy of kaleo.org, via YouTube) Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Courtesy of kaleo.org, via YouTube)

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently applauded the post-inaugural women’s march as “an uplifting demonstration” that sent the message that “we are the people of the United States, and we would like to be heard by our government.”

Ginsburg sparked controversy last summer by publicly criticizing then-candidate Donald Trump, and then said her remarks were ill-advised.

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