Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at Supreme Court


And more on our top story now Ruth Bader Ginsburg lying in repose today in the you at the U. S. Supreme Court and joining us live on our live to the White House. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy's Steven Good Morning. So what's the What's the scene in Washington this morning? What's it look like? Well, it'll be a somber scene at the high court, Mourners will be able to stream into the Great hall keeping their social distance. Of course, there's black bunting on the frame of the door that leads into the Supreme Court chamber. And as per tradition dating back to the late 18 hundreds, there is black bunting on the chair next to the chief justice, where Justice Ginsburg sat that bunting will stay there for some time, even though the court well, the court will actually holds its first session less than two weeks, first Monday in October. The Justice League justice will, of course, as you probably have heard lie in state at the Capitol on Friday, and what's interesting is and it's hard to believe this, but Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be the first woman to lie in state at the Capitol. Not the first woman to lie in honor at the capital. You may be wondering what's the distinction. Rosa Parks lay in honor at the capital. After she passed the differences, government officials lie in state When their bodies are placed in a place of honor in the capital, and that's the difference. Rosa Parks was not a government official Rithmetic Ensberg Waas, So Ginsberg will lie in state. She will then be buried next to her husband at Arlington

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