As a somber squad of her former law clerks stood guard, Ruth Bader Ginsburg returned for the last time to the Supreme Court to lie in repose; Friday, she will - astonishingly but aptly - become the first woman to lie in state at the Capitol. Amidst the political furor around her seat - and a slimy GOP blocking a ceremonial tribute - her rabbi movingly celebrated Ginsburg's steadfast life's work: Insisting "the Constitution deliver on its promise that 'we the people' include all the people."
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