Ruth Ginsburg’s Health Is Improving

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s health condition doesn’t appear to be slowing her down anymore.

On Thursday, the 86-year-old justice even appeared “vibrant” at a Washington event she attended. At least, that’s what CNBC reported.

It sounds as if Ginsburg is preparing to push ahead with her career even harder than usual. She told a large crowd of law students at the Georgetown University Law Center about her optimistic vision for the future:

“I can safely predict that the new term will have a fair share of closely watched cases, and I look forward to the challenges ahead.”

CNBC says that Ginsburg even appeared unusually cheerful. According to them:

“The 86-year-old justice cracked jokes and critiqued the country’s polarized politics during a question-and-answer session with William Treanor, dean of the law school.”

I think it’s pretty safe to say that Justice Ruth Ginsburg is NOT in as much danger as was previously thought. Her health is improving faster than most people expected – which means she probably won’t be leaving the Supreme Court any time soon.

Unless there are any new developments regarding her health, she’s here to stay.

QUESTION OF THE DAY:

Do YOU think Ruth Ginsburg will leave the Supreme Court?

Tell me what you REALLY think. I can’t wait to hear from you.

Until we speak again,

Shaun Connell

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