It is likely that the sharp disagreement rate will go up next week and the week after.
— Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in recent remarks at the American Constitution Society’s national convention, referring to likelihood that the Court’s 44% approval rating will go even lower after decisions are announced in the remaining cases still pending before the Supreme Court — including the Affordable Care Act case.
(What else did RBG have to say? Check out a video of her address, after the jump.)
Justice Ginsburg spoke Friday night before a packed room at the ACS convention, where she “mixed humor with commentary on the state of the court.” Take a look:
Approval Rating for Justices Hits Just 44% in New Poll [New York Times]
On eve of health ruling, Ruth Bader Ginsburg predicts ‘sharp disagreement’ [Politico]
At ACS Convention, Justice Ginsburg Demonstrates Humor, Touts Power of Dissents [ACS]