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BREAKING: A judge has dismissed Club Fitness of VT's challenge to the Governor's executive order. Common sense prevails. This decision is a win for Vermonters & Vermont businesses who have done the right thing & complied with the Governor's orders. #vtpoli https://bit.ly/348i4iG
As both an advocate and jurist, no one has done more to advance gender equity under the law than Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We have lost an icon and American hero. Our entire nation grieves the death of #RBG, one of the legal giants of our time.
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