empoweredvoters: She knew what her staying on the bench meant to all of us. She never retired to try and ensure Trump would not replace her.

“NPR said that just days before her death, Ginsburg dictated a statement to her granddaughter, Clara Spera, which said, “My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”

Ginsburg’s death came after a long battle with cancer and several hospitalizations. In July, she announced that she was undergoing chemotherapy for a “reoccurrence of cancer” but could still perform her Supreme Court duties.”

The announcement came two days after she was released from the hospital following treatment for an infection from an operation on a pancreatic tumor.”More

ACA 5 Passes First Senate Committee Vote

Originally posted on Yes on Prop 16:
The Opportunity for All Coalition today celebrated the California State Senate Labor, Public Employment and Retirement Committee’s approval of ACA 5, the first of three key votes the legislation faces in the Senate this month. Eva Paterson and Vincent Pan, co-chairs of the Opportunity For All Coalition, lauded the…