Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Justice Ginsburg 'Up And Working' After Breaking Ribs

Justice Ginsburg 'Up And Working' After Breaking Ribs

President Donald Trump sent well wishes to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who was hospitalized Thursday after fracturing three ribs, while also pointing out their political differences.

Mind you. RBG is a cancer survivor, she's had a heart procedure and she's had broken ribs before. and she's bounced back so quickly she was never out of the game. Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg says she is "doing well" and working from home.

Ginsburg returned home Friday after falling Wednesday night in her court office and heading to the hospital Thursday.

In addition to just being an all-out inspiration of a human being, Ginsburg is an important component of the Supreme Court's liberal minority.

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She underwent colon cancer surgery in 1999, received treatment for early stages of pancreatic cancer in 2009, and had a stent placed in a blocked coronary artery in 2009.

Despite her health issues, the justice has not missed any work and still continued to exercise regularly. The court is now divided 5-4 in favor of conservatives, and the Republican-controlled Senate is poised to confirm any of Donald Trump's potential Supreme Court appointments for the next two years.

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