The remains of Judge RBG will be exposed to the Supreme Court and then to the Capitol

The remains of Judge RBG will be exposed to the Supreme Court and then to the Capitol

Washington | The remains of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be on display Wednesday and Thursday at the United States Supreme Court, and will receive a national tribute on Friday on Capitol Hill, the two institutions announced on Monday.

The magistrate, a feminist and progressive icon whose succession is the subject of an intense political battle, will be buried in private next week at Arlington National Cemetery, near Washington, the Supreme Court said in a statement. .

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