Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized After Falling, Fracturing Three Ribs

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized After Falling, Fracturing Three Ribs

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been taken to George Washington hospital following a fall at the Court on Wednesday night.

The next sitting of the Supreme Court begins on November 26, and Justice Ginsburg's history suggests the injuries are not likely to keep her away. So the news rocked the Democrats as many online offered to give her anything - including their ribs, internal organs and bubble wrap - to keep the prominent woman healthy until the next Democratic presidency.

The next sitting of the Supreme Court begins on November 26, and Ginsburg's history suggests the injuries are not likely to keep her away.

Ginsburg was married to her husband Martin D. Ginsburg for 56 years until June 27, 2010 when he died from cancer.

She last broke two ribs after falling in 2012, according to the New York Daily News.

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Ginsburg's health has become the subject of much attention in recent years. Ruth also had a stent placed in her coronary artery in November 2014. Over the summer, she admitted that she planned to serve on the Supreme Court for at least five more years. She later apologized for what she said were inappropriate remarks.

President Donald Trump, who nominated Mr Kavanaugh and described the claims against him as a "hoax", is due to attend his investiture.

But everyone on both side of the aisle seems to be wishing her the best and, for the record, I hope she recovers quickly. For many conservative voters, another opportunity to shape the Supreme Court was a big part of what the mid-term election fight was all about.

At 85, Bader Ginsburg, far left, is the oldest member of the court and the leader of its liberal wing.

Ms Ginsburg wrote the first opinion of the Supreme Court's term this year on age discrimination.

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