Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Jos Castro discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

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Our eye in the sky looking at the 1 70 the five through Pourquoi mon when we checked the roads in 90 seconds, also checking that Sig alert again on the four or five at L A X. It's 3 23 thousands paying their respects to pioneering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She lies in repose of the U. S. Supreme Court Building in Washington correspondent Skylar Henry reports. Some Mourners came from Great distances. Caroline Curry, Talman and Renee Bobbitt came from Florida to pay their respects. So many of the things that we take for granted as women and people, you know she was instrumental in providing, so that's that's really why we felt like we had to be here. President Jump is expected to come to the Supreme Court to pay his respects to Justice Ginsberg tomorrow. Ginsberg will become the first woman ever to lie in states of the U. S Capitol when her body has moved there on Friday. The Cal State system has picked Jos Castro as its new chancellor. He's currently the president of Fresno State and will take over early next year, replacing Timothy White. I want to thank all the members of the board of trustees for your confidence in me. During this consequential time. And I want to also thank Chancellor White for his valued mentorship and support over the last several years. It definitely has a big shoes that I need to fit into. Here. Castro will be the first California native and first Mexican American chancellor of the C s U system. He'll run the system as it works to get students back to campus sometime next year. Classes will remain online through the spring because of the pandemic. So Cal Edison.

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