Sandra Day O’Connor, first female Supreme Court justice, dies at 93

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the nation’s first woman on the court, has died at 93 years old. NBC News’ Laura Jarrett reports on her life, legacy and the tributes pouring in.

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  1. Losing a non-extremist justice really hurts right now for the critical thinking moderates of today. Rest in Peace

  2. She spent her childhood in El Paso NOT Arizona. Do your research!

  3. Notice how the people on the Supreme Court live to in there 90s. The benefits of a sentient life style I guess. To bad everybody doesn’t have a stressless do nothing job.

  4. She went to see the final judge. Wonder how she fared?

  5. She should be one of a series of coins minted, honoring the amazing women in our history that have had significant roles in framing the best of our nation.

  6. ITS FINALLY HAPPENING!!!!! Out with the old, in with the new!

  7. Godspeed Justice O’Connor, thank you for your service to our nation

  8. Moderates are the best. God is highest in the center.

  9. Why is there little to no coverage in much of the media on such news yet George Santos is just about everywhere today.