Ginsburg misses oral arguments for first time in 25 years

The Supreme Court justice has been working from home as she recovers from surgery to remove two lesions from her lung.
0:56 | 01/08/19

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The rare sight at the Supreme Court today oral arguments taking place without justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for the first time under 25 years in the High Court. She now recovers from surgery to remove two cancerous lesions from or long. The skipper Terry Moran is covered the court for years for us interior court spokesperson saying the justice Ginsburg is working from home as the court hears new cases. That's right David and Chief Justice John Roberts began today's court session by noting justice converge absence. And say that she will vote in these cases by reading the transcript of the arguments and a brief says other justices have done. Justice Ginsburg 85 years old she is been recovering at home for about two weeks from that cancer surgery. And from three broken ribs she suffered earlier in the month is is as you say the first have you ever missed oral argument but one sign. That she intends to Keller continue full steam ahead she's hired law clerks through the year 20/20. David all right Terry Moran at the Supreme Court tonight for ones wishing her well thank you.

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