MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Gov. Tim Walz introduced Friday night he’s ordering all flags to be flown at half-staff instantly till sundown on the day of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s funeral.
Walz mentioned this motion was to honor her life and legacy.
Ginsburg, 87, died at her house surrounded by household in Washington D.C Friday, resulting from problems from metastatic pancreatic most cancers.
“Few People have executed as a lot for the reason for equality as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg,” Gov. Walz mentioned. “She broke glass ceilings at each flip. She envisioned and applied a humane and progressive interpretation of the regulation. She modified this nation for the higher.”
On Aug. 10, 1993, Justice Ginsburg was sworn in as a Supreme Courtroom justice the place she served for 27 years because the second girl, and first Jewish girl, to serve on the Supreme Courtroom.
Walz is encouraging people, companies, and different organizations to affix in decreasing their flags as effectively.