Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Rianna Taylor, Daniel Cameron discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

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Here It is called 877 26 Bible. That's 877 26 Bible. 877 26 Bible. In Louisville, Kentucky, amid ongoing protests after a grand jury failed to indict the officers involved in the shooting death of Rianna Taylor. Her family is speaking out wearing Taylor's work GMT jackets her and to reading a letter written by the 26 Year old's mother to make a Palmer, who was standing nearby. Too emotional to speak. The letter taking aim at Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. I never had faith and Daniel Camera to begin with the family's lawyer demanding Cameron reverse his stands and release grand jury transcript. Sees Alex Perez, the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, honored Friday at the U. S Capitol. Exactly a week after her death at the age of 87. Ruth Bader Ginsburg blazed a trail during her life, taking up cases on gender, religious and racial equality that changed the lives for nearly every American. She also shattered more barriers after her death. Friday, Justice Ginsburg became the first woman and first Jewish person to receive the honor of line and state at the U. S Capitol. She does so on the catafalque. Built for Abraham Lincoln. May she rest in peace. Ginsberg's casket carried out of the U. S capital, with the women of Congress lining the steps, their hands crossed over their hearts. Michelle, France and ABC News. You're listening to ABC News. Come on news time. 90 Foreign Cuomo traffic.

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